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Thanks for using our communities. We are posting our reply in English since this is language supported in the forums. Using our online translator we understand you recently replaced your old wireless adapter with an Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 2230, but it is not working and show Code 10 in Device Manager.
We would like to mention that custom integrations of Intel® Wireless Adapters are not recommended, since your PC may not recognize it properly due to Manufacturer limitations, PCIe* version compatibility, Regulatory issues or Driver limitations. You should always contact the Computer Manufacturer to determine if the product is approved for use in your specific system. Please check the following documents for more information:
Why Doesn't My Laptop Recognize My New Intel® Wireless Adapter?
Regulatory Information Regarding Wireless Hardware Installation or Upgrade
Also, we would like to mention that the N 2230 has reached End of Interactive Support, so the support we can provide for it is limited.
In our best effort, we noticed that Device Manager shows another Wireless Device, this may be causing conflicts with the 2230. You might want to try uninstalling the driver and software from your old wireless adapter, and removing/disabling any additional WiFi adapter from the PC. After that, try reinstalling the drivers for your Intel adapter again.