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Onboard WIFI removal

On The HP 110-243wb can the included WIFI card be removed and can I put my own PCI express card (which is higher end than included card) be put in its place  a Firewire Card also will use the other PCI express slot

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Re: Onboard WIFI removal

Archon, welcome to the forum.

 

Yes, the OEM wireless card can be removed and replaced with a better card.  This should be the card that is in the computer:

 

Figure 2: Wireless card - top view

Wireless card - top view

 

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Re: Onboard WIFI removal

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Archon, welcome to the forum.

 

Yes, the OEM wireless card can be removed and replaced with a better card.  This should be the card that is in the computer:

 

Figure 2: Wireless card - top view

Wireless card - top view

 

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