The updates typically are designed to fix security issues, compatibility problems and add features.Updating the wireless network adapter helps to avoid problems with the computer's wireless capability. Click "Driver" and click the button labeled "Update Driver." Click "Next," then "Finish." Windows will automatically search for and update the wireless network adapter drivers to the latest version.The wireless adapter cards used in laptops employ the PCI Express Mini Card standard, and as long as you have a good set of small screwdrivers and a good eye, they’re usually easy to remove and replace.The best news, though, is that even the top-end Intel wireless cards, such as the one used in the test laptop for this Labs (an Intel Wi Fi Link 5300), are affordable.You can find them cheap on e Bay, and others are even cheaper.You can pick up an Intel Wi Fi Link 5100 card – now a generation old, but still a pretty good performer – from as little as ten dollars.Update the network adapter driver to fix the problem.
With the 2.4GHz radio frequency band becoming ever-more congested, dual-band is recommended for anyone after reliable, predictable and speedy wireless performance at home.
If the network adapter driver is missing, outdated or compatible, it can cause connection problems.
After you upgraded to Windows 10, if your internet doesn’t work properly, it’s possible that the current driver was designed for a previous version of Windows.
Wi-Fi cards are upgraded less frequently, but upgrading them can have a dramatic impact on performance as well, with greater range and faster throughput.
In this tutorial, we're going to upgrade the Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230 inside a , with an Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235.
Even fewer boast the top-end three-stream variants.