Reza, the Intel engineering department is aware of this thread and they are currently working to get this issue resolved. We still do not have an estimate time of resolution but you can keep checking the following thread for updates. https://communities.intel.com/thread/31090?start=990&tstart=0
Would you please check post #961 page 65 and follow Joe’s request?
I'm really sorry to say but your answer just makes me more angry! Nothing personal but are you telling me for the last 8 month Intel has been working on a software fix and still hasnt managed do come up with a fix? If that is the case i feel sorry for the department!
And how is the post going to help me exactly? I did say i was running windows 7 and also it says "be preinstalled by the system manufacturer." but as you hopefully know NUC dont come with a WLAN card but with a list of cards that supposedly are "tested" to work (which they dont) and lastly that is not really a help for me but rather asking me to be a tester for you!
Seriously Intel has lost all credibility in my eyes and its just shameful how a huge company like Intel is treating their customers.
Now i actually went and bought an "AC 7260" card to see if i have better luck with that and it had been working for 2 days now without any disconnect which has never happened with neither 6205 or 6235. I just hope its stable enough now but lets give it a week or so to see......
I'm sorry if my reply is sort of aggressive and not so nice but this is not a new problem and its so old and still there is no fix in sight. All the suggestions i read everywhere are not helpful and just waste of time. I would expect Intel stop selling these cards since this defect basically make the card useless. So yes i'm deeply disappointed how Intel which in my view has been a great company is treating its customers. Its nothing personal again you and i'm happy you replied so please dont take it personal and just lift this up with the higher management and push them for some resolution.