wifi issue should i upgrade the kernel?

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I am trying to follow this thread: Ask Ubuntu: How can I install Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 drivers?
However, I’m not able to get the right ucode files like iwlwifi-7265D-13.ucode from anywhere.
I am running Ubuntu Desktop 14.04 LTS and having issues with not able to configure intel wifi card 3165, Intel link for the wifi drivers
This wifi is supported only from kernel 4.1 onwards. I am at generic 3.19.
Should I upgrade the kernel to 4.1 or 4.2 for this wifi driver?
My concern is that i need to use Datastax Enterprise cassandra and Redis Labs Enterprise cluster which works only on ubuntu 14.0.4 LTS. So if I upgrade the kernel – they may not work? What are my options?

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