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Hi, Like many others around the world, I'm suffering from BSODs from the Intel 4965AG driver in WIndows 10. (yes, I know, it's not supported) Tried disabling PowerManagement, downgrading/upgrading the driver etc, but so far without succcess. I'm considering replacing the WiFi module with the Broadcom one, since Broadcom is mentioned in the Service Manual and I suppose is installed in some models of this laptop. Anyway, the point is: it looks like there is a chance the Broadcom WiFi module is on the (BIOS)Whitelist.  Has anyone tried this? What type of Broadcom module would that be?  How can I check the whitelist? Are there any other options to get rid of the BSODs?

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Never mind. I managed to fix it by installing the (vista/win7) 11.5.0.32  version from the microsoft update catalog website (search for 4965AG or 4965AGN, depending on your model). Pay close attention to the installation to downgrade the auto-installed W10-version: make sure to overwrite the newer version with the older version, don't just click next, next, finish. Note the version numbers in the Network driver properties.

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Never mind. I managed to fix it by installing the (vista/win7) 11.5.0.32  version from the microsoft update catalog website (search for 4965AG or 4965AGN, depending on your model). Pay close attention to the installation to downgrade the auto-installed W10-version: make sure to overwrite the newer version with the older version, don't just click next, next, finish. Note the version numbers in the Network driver properties.

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