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Had to set windows WLAN preference in driver to choose A 5 minute job. Although when sending video to the TV screen there was buffering and the sound was out of sync, I guess it has it’s limitations. This was an excellent replacement for the WLAN card that came with my Dell e, which left a lot to be desired, only picking up 2GHz notbeook and maxing out at around 40Mbps.
My old Intel n has served me well, but has been starting to struggle under the starin of streaming, downloading and browsing and thought it was time to gracefully retire it. Installing it was a breeze; the official Lenovo maintenance manual is freely available online and gives step-by-step instructions for replacing any component.
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Intel® Dualband-Wireless-AC 3165
This was bottlenecking my Mbps broadband speed. Now, to my note comment. I ended up having to remove the card, start carr laptop up, then shut the laptop down and reinsert the card. I used this card as an upgrade to the Intel in my Samsung Series 9 ultrabook with a significant improvement in data rates.
Support für Intel® Dualband-Wireless-AC
This adapter, in contrast, picks up many more wireless networks and happily stays connected to weaker signals.
Up and running in no time! Please try again later. Connecting up a Bluetooth DAB radio only needed pairing up once. Very happy and very easy to install – as anyone who has a Series 9 will know!
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Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more. It only needed setting up once for wireless and the driver which was dated the same week as my purchase was installed.
Otherwise, worked just fine – I suspect the same on Windows 8.
Let’s put intdl this way – my wife would not stop nagging about dropped connections from her Acer notebook Core i5which had a N adapter but would NEVER manage to connect at the expected speed or keep the connection for very long, for that matter! Please make sure that you’ve entered a valid question.
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The Intel card works reliable in Windows 7 on her machine recognised the card, so did not need to install any drivers, although I did update them to the latest, at some point, I believe. Undo half-a-dozen or so screws in the base all visiblepop off the cover and slot in the new card. I also tested the screen mirroring using Windows 8. Very happy with this purchase!
The hotspot can also be created by using the Windows netsh-command via shell. I now pick up my 5GHz wireless using the AC protocol, at max speed. The new card was really winodws to install: