He visto esto:
Todo lo que pone en esa página no me funciona, hay un tezto que creo que puede funcionar, pero no lo entiendo.
Uso el programa de desintalación que recomienda pero no me detecta mprosafe, alguien me podría traducir esto? La traduccción de google no es legible:
"After one day of problem solving, I succeeded to upgrade both the wireless and the wired (Ethernet) driver. I started as indicated in this thread with the error message "This version of Intel PROset is not supported to upgrade.............." when trying to install the wired driver.
The problem seems to be that Intel decided to move the configuration option from their own utility to the system/hardware/device manager tab on the device properties. That change is apparently not compatible with previous (dedicated) utilities. That combined with left-over's of previous installs seems to cause the error.
I managed to identify the leftover by searching in the registry (regedit) for mprosafe
Google for example for mprosafe and/or mcore and that displays references with a number of those Intel m-starting modules
If you can find such a module in the registry after uninstallations as described in this thread, you may be in the same situation as I was
So in my case mprosafe was still in the registry.
Also sometimes many of those m modules appear in the add/remove programs of the control panel
What I did in my case (win XP home, downgraded form vista, on a Sony Vaio VGN FE41S)
0. Install a trial version (or buy it, it's a great help) of Total Uninstall by www.martau.com
1. uninstalled the wired and wireless Intel software: first through the control panel add/remove
2. and after that a separate uninstall through the device manager (right click on the adapter), should the device(s) still be there
4. quit new hardware found (big windows asking to install, I don't mean the message on the taskbar) if possible. That will result in a yellow exclamation mark in de the device manager for those adapters. That's fine for now.
(4a. I even did remove the RIGHT .inf files, so both wired and wireless ended as yellow marked.)
5. install an older version, in my case a v11 of the wireless package
6. boot and quit new hardware found
7. uninstall that driver like step 1 and 2
8. If you are lucky total uninstall will now list the m modele that was left from previous installs, in my case mprosafe
9. uninstall that m module (mprosafe in my case) from within totall uninstall first by using the 'program uninstall' option if that is available (means there is a normal uninstall for that m module).
If step 9 worked (there was an uninstaller for the leftover) you might consider to skip step 9a the first time amd go to step 10.
9a. Precaution: Then analyze the leftovers and remove them (from within totall uninstall) if they are all Intel coms related. Some registry knowledge is needed for that judgment. The automatic restore point of total uninstaal could be your safeguard should things go wrong.
10. boot and quit hardware found
11. install the required package, in my case
PROXP pro 100 network connection v14.3 (actual version that was installed 184.108.40.206, 06-Dec-07, for my Pro/100 VE )
wired wireless ICS_Dx32 v 220.127.116.11 (actual version that was installed 12 .4.3.9, 28-May-09, for my Pro/wireless 3945ABG )
After that, my firewall had to be reinstalled (AVG Internet security) because the above removal/install ended with an AVG mini port driver #6 having a yellow exclamation mark in the device manager
It would be a lot easier and more reliable if Intel would provide a working installation cleaner for older drivers."