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Wlan Card Golden Wires

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Hi guys, how can i fix the wlan card gold wires? They are unplugged after cleaning the case, where do i have to plug them back in?

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Hi:

 

The wireless card is lying flat on the motherboard in the M.2 slot.

 

The wifi card looks like this, and you attach the two antenna wires to the terminals on the upper right side of the card.

 

The wifi card is very small.  It is approximately 22mm x 30mm x 2.4mm, and looks like the enlarged picture below.

 
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Thank u man, I will try out and let you know. I’ll keep u updated

 

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You're very welcome.

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 Can you please, show me where i have to plug them in pls?

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Hi:

 

I don't see the wifi card showing up in your screenshot.

 

Here is a stock picture of your PC's motherboard from the HP support site.

 

I circled what appears to be the M.2 slot where the wireless card would be plugged into.

 

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