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Slow Wi-Fi downloads with HP All-in-One 20-c013w All-in-One

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20-c013w All-in-One
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Are there any whitelist issues precluding upgrade of the stock WIFI/Bluetooth module in this PC? I would like to take advantage of the additional bandwidth supported by my 2.4/5.0 MHz AC-band WIFI router/cable modem.  Thanks for your assistance, in advance. 

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@Doc_Athlon 

 

HP does not publish information but we always have options. Few week ago, for testing, I bought the following wifi card for my 11 years old machine

 

       https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Networking/Adapters/60514-7265.NGWWB.W

 

Unfortunately my machine uses different format, not M.2, physically won't fit therefore I went to the shop and swap to the following one (I did not have to pay more, they are same price):

 

      https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Networking/Adapters/67965-USB-AC53-NANO

 

And it works perfectly, I've got same result (download speed) with the 1G wired on same machine.

 

Regards.

BH
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