In connection with the upgrade of the home network, I would like to change the existing Wifi 2.4GHz Atheros AR9285 network card to a compatible WiFi card, but in the 5GHz standard, in my quite old laptop SAMSUNG R530-JT50PL. Is such an operation possible? If so, what card models will work? What to look for?
well, I already gave it in the first post: Atheros AR9285 drawn with the HWiNFO64 program After Mac it turns out that the producer is Foxconn. I took a photo through the memory slot, it only says Made in China there
I will step on the topic because I want to do the same Hello, I have a Dell XPS L501X and an Intel (R) Centrino (R) Wireless-N 1030 network card that only works in one 2.4 range. I would like to change the card to a dual band to catch two ranges of 2.4 and 5 Ghz. What do you recommend to suit my old man
So I finally found time and replaced the radio with Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 (7260HMW) Before assembly, I uninstalled the headset to the old network cable, after replacing it in Windows 7, I installed the latest drivers from the Intel website https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/276...Set-Wireless-Software-and-Drivers-for-Windows -7-? Product = 75439 The driver installed correctly, unfortunately it insists that the device cannot be started (error code 10). The bluetooth module is working properly. I thought it was a good opportunity to plow old Windows, unfortunately after reinstalling the same, changing to Windows 10 did not change anything, I thought that the card was released, unfortunately any Linux Live works perfectly with this card. I'm in a bind, any ideas?