In this case, you can clean uninstall all drivers from device manager, and then, reinstall the driver from our download center, click in this link and choose the one compatible with your OS. Intel® Download Center - This other link might help you resolve the issue as well: Troubleshooting for the Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6235
*Now, we also would like to inform you that Intel does not support this kind of integration, and we recommend that you contact your computer manufacturer as they are the only one who can provide you a list of validated and certified adapters that are compatible with your system. Please keep in mind that wireless hardware installation is meant to be professionally installed by the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) technicians on certified systems only as they add and/or remove features, change voltage and etc... so the adapter can fit their system. Please click on the links below for further information.
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All fixed, thanks very much! Though even after uninstall the system was attempting to install a set of drivers from somewhere. I hunted them down, cleared em out, and started from scratch.
Wifi speed = doubled.
And of course, I'll be sure to contact the OEM prior to making any more modifications to my machine. Though I have heard they're shutting down their laptop operations......
At any rate, Thanks again!