Intel does not support integrations which is when one changes the original wireless card that came installed by factory for another one. However, if your intentions are to change this adapter, the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) must be consulted as they are the only ones entitled to provide the list of compatible and certified adapters that are right for the type of system you have as they are the ones providing full support. Please check the links below for further information on this matter.
As for this connection issue, you are welcome to try one of the solutions offered below:
*On a Side Note : I had a similar situation with another Intel(R) Adapter after I upgraded my OS to Windows*10 and I have found this solution very helpful. Please be aware that it may not work for you and if you decide to do use this solution please be cautious.
1 - Turn off Windows Update Delivery Optimization as shown in the picture below - In my case it was using a lot of my bandwidth.
6 - Regarding Windows*10, it provides its own inbox driver for the Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 2230. In cases like this, we highly recommend that you also contact your computer manufacturer to check if there is any updates available on the part that could help. Nonetheless, you can also disable Bluetooth* if there isn't any peripheral that depends on this connection as it uses the same antennas causing impact to your wireless connection.