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HP Compaq s T Show only see all. Photo is a representation only and may not be of actual item. Message 7 of Internal wireless wifi card. We will send you a new one after receiving the defective item. Sold as seen in the pictures.
Just as before, the shows up in device list and manager, reports as working, yet offers no wireless access. I suppose that the cost of “free” software is adware and data mining I simply don’t get it. One 1 Pcs wireless card.
Glad your Intel wlan card is working now. The setting “wireless mode” had a list of 6 entries.
The new OS is interesting and seems powerful, though in my few days of puttering lihk in it, i’m not so happy with the nearly seamless sidetracking into commercial solutions rather than internal ones Please provide a valid price range. Intel WIFI wireless card. Note on archived topics.
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I went into the advanced settings tab and I think I enabled WMM and the card works just fine and has so ever since. Right on Intel’s website is their chart of what wlan cards they are going to support on W10 and the is not supported for 8. Pictures are only samples for reference. It will be incumbent on us to figure out a solution if one is possible.
The first two I didn’t have to do anything to make them work. Thank You Again to the community I hardwired my laptop to my router and re began the update procedure Indeed, I have tried both the WIN 8.
The card is accessible and replaceable in RAM Bay Message 1 of Thank You most kindly for your swift and considerate reply. Genuine part, Used but in good condition.
The solution was to change the settings in “advanced” tab of the device manager. Microsoft Windows 10 bit.
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The rabbit’s hole on this gets deeper, darker and less inviting Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. You may be able to get the card to work if you fiddle with some of the advanced settings on the advanced tab for the card in the device manager.
Did you try any of the drivers from Intel? Hopefully either you or I or some other lost soul can stumble upon likn needle in the haystack here?