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Could I use this Wi-Fi Card on This PC?

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Hi .. I just have a quick question .. My Wi-Fi card is not working anymore .. and i want to get a new one ..

 

i found this on amazon : https://www.amazon.com/UFON-MU-MIMO-Wirelss-Bluetooth-Support/dp/B07SH6GV5S/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keyw...

 

is it compatible with this pc? https://support.hp.com/ro-en/document/c06222545

 

 

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You're very welcome.

 

Either card you chose requires antenna wires including the one your PC came with (if it came with built in wifi/bluetooth).

 

They are extremely thin and delicate and lead to the wifi card on the motherboard which is probably 3/4" long and 1/2' wide.

 

It is a completely enclosed antenna system within your PC's case.  They are not external antenna cables/wires.

 

The disappearing wifi and bluetooth issues have been cropping up lately on many desktop and notebook PC's running the latest build of W10 (v2004).

 

If really just need Bluetooth, you can purchase a USB Bluetooth adapter and that should work fine.

 

I use this one for example...

 

https://www.amazon.com/Kinivo-USB-Bluetooth-4-0-Compatible/dp/B007Q45EF4

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Hi:

 

If your PC has two wifi antenna cables attached to the current wifi card, you can upgrade to this one...non-vPro.

 

https://www.amazon.com/Intel-Network-AX200-NGWG-NV-AX2002230-Retail/dp/B07ZVYKRW9/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=...

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Thanks for answering..

 

will this work without cables or antenna? cause my pc doesn't have neither..

 

and to be honest i use ethernet mostly .. i don't need Wi-Fi that much but i want the bluetooth to work for my headset and controller

 

and neither are working currently.. it suddenly stopped working like 2 weeks ago .. when I go to Internet status icon on the right side of the taskbar, it says (No Wi-Fi network found) 

 

and  on (Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections) There is an X mark on both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi

 

I tried reset network , Internet Connections hardware and drive Troubleshooting,,  I took the wireless card out and put it back on,, uninstalled the driver etc ,,  i even did a pc full reset ..nothing worked .. so i think the problem is with the hardware .. is it common for a wifi card to not work anymore?

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You're very welcome.

 

Either card you chose requires antenna wires including the one your PC came with (if it came with built in wifi/bluetooth).

 

They are extremely thin and delicate and lead to the wifi card on the motherboard which is probably 3/4" long and 1/2' wide.

 

It is a completely enclosed antenna system within your PC's case.  They are not external antenna cables/wires.

 

The disappearing wifi and bluetooth issues have been cropping up lately on many desktop and notebook PC's running the latest build of W10 (v2004).

 

If really just need Bluetooth, you can purchase a USB Bluetooth adapter and that should work fine.

 

I use this one for example...

 

https://www.amazon.com/Kinivo-USB-Bluetooth-4-0-Compatible/dp/B007Q45EF4

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i see.. 

 

ok i'll get the bluetooth adapter for now.

 

Thanks so much for the help. 🙂

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Anytime.

 

Glad to have been of assistance.

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