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Intel Network 6235AN.HMWWB Centrino WiFi Card Half Mini PCI Express Advanced-N 6235 Dual Band Bluetooth
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- The Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235 delivers premium Wi-Fi performance with exceptional Intel-only features for an ultra mobile experience.
- This dual-stream (2x2), dual-band WiFi product with Wi-Fi Direct combines faster speeds (up to 300 Mbps), greater range and more reliability.
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I specifically purchased this card because of Intel's claim inside their support documentation that they had tested and verified compatibility between the two pieces of hardware. The card does in fact function properly (though, admittedly, I've only been using it for about 15 minutes now).
Physical installation was very easy ... driver installation, not so much.
Upon booting Windows 7, the OS did not recognize the Wi-Fi adapter at all but did add Bluetooth functionality. I successfully paired the unit with a HP keyboard and my Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
I went to Intel's support page and searched for drivers for the card. Their automatic device detection feature failed to recognize the card as well. Something about "unknown or unsupported device". I then manually navigated to the downloads page for the 6235 and found at the very bottom of the list "Intel My WiFi Dashboard Software". Installing this finally allowed Windows to recognize the card and provide Wi-Fi functionality.
Intallation tips: search "Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235" in google (you need internet to do this, so probably in another computer...), it will lead you to the download page. Here is the trick. You need to download two drivers, one for wireless, and one for bluetooth. Choose the correct file acoording to your OS. Then, (very important) UNINSTALL any old bluetooth driver/software. After this, go ahead and run the downloaded .exe file. Restart as indicated, there you have it! Enjoy!
Note: if you don't play games online or stream video, you may have this problem without knowing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great supplement to my Dell Inspiron One 2330, which they were too cheap to put in a wireless network card that could handle 5GHz. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Mikey
Neither the 5.0 wireless or the Bluetooth ever work straight out of the boxPublished 2 months ago by RDA
I purchased Dell Inspiron1545 it came with some cheap wifi card only last a year after purchased only used the computer for that time mean while still in box until i decided to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
installed on my xps 13 after the WiFi became a bit glitchey. and let me just say, WOW! i can connect to WiFi networks i never knew existed. the WiFi is fast and reliable. Read morePublished 4 months ago by pat
Huge improvement over the card that was installed in my Dell 27 XPS One. It was relatively easy to install but required downloading of drivers to make the card work. Read morePublished 6 months ago by utche96
This is great if your computer doesn't support a 5ghz wifi connection, and if that's the case, then you'll probably be getting a nice upgrade to your Bluetooth also. Read morePublished 6 months ago by ZiK