Laptop Wireless Card Replacement. You can replace the wireless card to add Wi-Fi 6 support to your laptop.
You can replace your old Wireless module that does not support 802.11ax or that is causing problems, and insert a more recent wireless network card into your laptop. Moreover, it has become much easier to find 802.11ax supported wireless network cards in our country.
If you are having trouble connecting to the internet with your laptop, you may suspect that it is due to your computer’s Wi-Fi. Whether it’s not ‘seeing’ any wireless networks or just a slow connection, this is a surprisingly simple and inexpensive problem to solve.
Even if it’s actually not a problem, you may want to upgrade to match the Wi-Fi speed of your laptop, router, or network system: The latest models are significantly faster than older models and also have better driver support. A new Wi-Fi 6 adapter can give you a big speed boost, especially if your laptop doesn’t support 5GHz Wi-Fi . Upgrading can make a big difference if you can get relatively closer to the router as well.
Laptop WiFi Replacement: The Easy and the Hard Way
There are two ways to upgrade a laptop’s Wi-Fi adapter: the easy way and the hard way. The easy way is to buy a USB adapter, but you have to carry it with you and remember that the adapter will occupy a USB port. As Technopat, we always prefer the difficult and today is no exception. Let’s change our wireless network adapter now!
In this guide, we update Intel’s AC9260 Wi-Fi 5 adapter with Intel’s AX200 Wi-Fi 6 model . After this change, we are able to get full performance from our TurkNet corporate fiber internet.
macOS Compatible Adapter Replacement
Laptop Wireless Card Replacement, In this guide, we replace our ATheros AR5B91 network card in our laptop with AzureWave AW-CE123H. The card, which has the Broadcom BCM4352 chip, is also compatible with OS X Mavericks.