Microsoft Wireless Notebook Adapter MN-720 Driver Download

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The Wireless Notebook Adapter MN-720 is a network device manufactured by Microsoft. Issues like weak Wi-Fi signal, slow DNS lookup, duplicate IP addresses, slow network and excessive CPU usage can be solved by updating this driver. This driver - "" - has been downloaded 11,713 times and is rated 5 out of 5 stars based on 61 reviews. It has been installed successfully by our users on PCs running Windows XP. The total disk space used for this update is 141.4 KB.

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Supported Models


Microsoft Wireless Notebook Adapter MN-720

Microsoft Wireless PCI Adapter MN-730



Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name

Versions (7-Jul-2003) (2003-07-07) via .inf

Additional Notes

Used DriverGuide Toolkit to back this driver up. Another driver I could not find anywhere! This should be helpful to those who've lost their installation CDs.

Uploaded By

Patrick Jones (DG Member) on 21-Sep-2004

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
Microsoft(R) Wireless Notebook Adapter MN-720/mn720-50.sys 254.2 KB 18 Jul 2003
Microsoft(R) Wireless Notebook Adapter MN-720/oem3.inf 7.2 KB 8 Aug 2003

How to Update Microsoft Wireless Notebook Adapter MN-720 Device Drivers Quickly & Easily

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