I do not want to send the machine in because I will have to create a backup which would take days. They do not want to send a replacement card because it's not a customer replaceable part.
Anyone had the same issue with a solution? The card was working fine until recently I updated the bios and windows...
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Please try a clean install of the wireless driver provided by the system manufacturer in case of corrupted driver/settings.
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