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AniCatPro
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Install intel AX210

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Good afternoon! I want to update my computer: put a wireless network card - Intel AX210. I know that the BIOS has a whitelist. I have the latest BIOS update. I couldn't find a list of supported devices anywhere. Tell me, is the network card supported by the bios?

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

I don't believe that your model series has a BIOS whitelist, but you need two things in order to upgrade the existing wifi adapter.

 

The card has to be the M.2 form factor, and there has to be two antenna wires connected to the card in there now.

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Hi:

 

I don't believe that your model series has a BIOS whitelist, but you need two things in order to upgrade the existing wifi adapter.

 

The card has to be the M.2 form factor, and there has to be two antenna wires connected to the card in there now.

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I think so, too. Thank You. After some time, I will unsubscribe, whether I succeeded 🙂

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You're very welcome.

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