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We are continuously working to improve our wireless adapters and the way they work in different environments. In this case, we advise you to use the latest driver and firmware available from the Linux Wireless page you linked before.
Please keep in mind that driver development happens in the open-source Linux community. Development support is only available through the open-source community mailing lists. If you consider that the driver is not working properly, please submit your feedback using the support mailing list found in that webpage, or check with your Computer Manufacturer Support.
For more information about this topic, please review the following advisory: Linux* Support for Intel® Wireless Adapters.
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Hello. Thank you for answer. As i seen my solution working good on my HP ProBook 470 g3. Thank you for OEM links. I test some time on speedtest and it was even faster then windows drivers. (akmod-wl was removed also) But i detect 42MB/s speed limit i though this is because of router, but router accept 867Mbit by specification.
I wish you good business. Intel was always good as i remember
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