1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 30, 2018 5:03 PM by Intel Corporation

    Tarjeta red wireless

    lufranmu

      Buenas tardes:

      Podrían ayudarme y confirmar si es compatible Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265 7265NGW (NGFF)Card 802.11ac 867m Wifi para un portátil LENOVO G50-70 con bluetooth incorporado (dual); Si no lo es, necesito la referencia de una que sea para conexiones de 1GB. Actualmente mi portátil tiene una REALTEK .

      Saludos y Gracias por su atención.

       

       

      Good afternoon:

      Could you help me and confirm if it is compatible Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265 7265NGW (NGFF) Card 802.11ac 867m Wifi for a laptop LENOVO G50-70 with built-in bluetooth (dual); If it is not, I need the reference of one that is for 1GB connections. Currently my laptop has a REALTEK.

      Greetings and thanks for your attention

        • 1. Re: Tarjeta red wireless
          Intel Corporation
          This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation

          Hello lufranmu,

           

          We understand you would like to replace your current wireless adapter with an Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265.

           

          For hardware compatibility, we recommend to check with your computer manufacturer. They're the only ones that can guarantee the replacement part will be supported. Custom wireless integrations and upgrades have very limited support.

           

          I was not able to find more specific details, but based on the information and specifications I found online, it seems that your laptop uses PCIe* Half Mini Card (HMC) form factor (connector type) for wireless adapters, so an M.2 replacement, such as the Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265, would not fit.

           

          The last model we manufactured using the HMC form factor was the Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260, which was manufactured in both M.2 and HMC models.

           

          HMC vs M.2.jpg

          The adapter on the left uses the HMC form factor, the one on the right is the same adapter but in M.2.

           

          It's also important to mention that some computer manufacturers limit which adapters may be installed in their computers through a BIOS whitelist. In such cases, installing an unauthorized adapter may prevent your computer from booting.

           

          If your computer manufacturer confirms that your wireless adapter slot is M.2, and your system isn't limited by a whitelist, then you may want look into the Intel® Wireless-AC 9260 for Gigabit performance.

           

          - Why Doesn't My Laptop Recognize My New Intel® Wireless Adapter?
          - Regulatory Information Regarding Wireless Hardware Installation or Upgrade

           

          We hope this information helps.

           

          Best regards,
          Carlos A.