“I am trying to uninstall version 14.3 of Intel PRO/Wireless Driver so I can install the new 15.3 version.
It always fails with the message of Error 1721. This occurs whether I try to repair, change, uninstall or upgrade directly to the new version.
How can I fix this? How can I completely remove Intel PRO/Wireless Driver from my computer?”
Don’t worry, this page will offer the certain methods to remove Intel PRO/Wireless Driver on PC, if you want to learn more, keep on reading now.
Just follow the instruction both from Manual & Automatic process to remove Intel PRO/Wireless Driver step by step.
Before you start removing Intel PRO/Wireless Driver, it’s required to shut down everything related Intel PRO/Wireless Driver software.
In Windows Vista and Windows 7:
In Windows 8, Windows 8.1:
In Windows 10:
Do not save application settings
If you are not going to install the software again
If you don’t have a remover installed on your computer to clean the related leftovers files of the target, then you must delete them one by one all on your own.
(HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ Intel PRO/Wireless Driver)
(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\ Intel PRO/Wireless Driver)
(C:\Document and Settings\All Users\Application Data\)
(C:\Documents and Settings\%USER%\Application Data\)
The Windows Upgrade Assistant is instructing me to manually uninstall Intel PRO/Wireless Driver because it is incompatible with Windows 8. I am unable to do that. How could I remove it by other approach except manual process? Could somebody help me how to do?
Don’t worry, there’s a new way to remove Intel PRO/Wireless Driver, the auto remover can delete the unwanted bloatware software and related leftover files in a short time. Now follow the instruction below to remove it step by step with ease.
Step 1. Launch Bloatware Uninstaller, find out and select Intel PRO/Wireless Driver on the right hand list, then click “Run Analysis” button.
Step 2. The Uninstaller will review the Intel PRO/Wireless Driver related files and registry entries, then click “Complete Uninstall” button, click “Yes” to start uninstalling it.
Step 3. Wait for the standard uninstall process completed. Click “Scan Leftovers” button. The Uninstaller has now fully uninstalled Intel PRO/Wireless Driver and deleted all its files and extensions. Click OK to finish.
Learn more in this video:
Are you having trouble connecting to your wireless network, or constantly dropping connections? One thing to troubleshoot is removing and reinstalling the drivers for the wireless adapter. This article will show you how to perform the steps in Windows 8.
That process will reset the adapter and the software and many times will fix issues with intermittent disconnect or no connection at all. If you are still having issues after this procedure, then there is some other cause for the problem.