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Is G4-2039TX Wifi Card Whitelist?

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Hi, I would like to find out is HP Pavilion G4-2039TX wifi card whitelisted?

I thought of getting a dual band wifi card but I do not know is this notebook have any whitelist feature.

Please advice. Thanks.

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Hi:

 

I have already answered your question at the link below.  No one will have any better info than what I have provided.

 

Re: Bios whitelist for wifi card - HP Support Community - 7889369

 

If you're not willing to risk a few bucks on a wifi card not working, then I suggest you buy a dual band USB wifi adapter.

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Hi, I have tested using my frenz Dell Intel Centrino Advance N-6205 and it is able to see in the Device Manager list.

Can I say that my laptop is not whitelisted?

Also I see from spec of this Dell Intel Centrino Advance N-6205 is Vpro enable.

I was tempted to get the AX200 Mini PCIE card. 

Should I get and try?

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Hi:

 

If the card works normally, you should be OK.

 

The fact that the card shows up in the device manager does not necessarily mean it will work.

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Ok, noted. Thanks!

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You're very welcome.

 

Please post back and let us know what any wifi card upgrade results were.

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 Hi, my AX200 Mini-PCIE card just arrived and I have fixed it in my 8 or 9 years old G4-2039TX laptop (2012 model).

It works perfectly without any flaw as I am typing this in my laptop. I have use the latest driver for both Wifi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1.

Attached are the photo of prove. Compare the speed test before and after inserting new card. I can use 5G now. However, I am still in Wifi 5 as my Wifi 6 mesh is not yet arrived.

 

Wifi6 AX200.JPGSpeedTest_Old Card.JPGSpeedTest_New Card.JPG

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That is great news!

 

Thanks for letting us know how the wifi card upgrade project went.

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eh..anyone can see the picture? Seem like picture not working..

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Yes, I saw the pictures.

 

They have to be approved by a moderator for public view, but I saw them in your profile.

 

Where did you buy the card, may I ask?

 

The only place I knew of where you can get a HMC form factor card was here, and it has been unavailable for months.

 

Amazon.com: WiFi 6 Mini PCIe Network Card 2.4GHz 5GHz 802.11ax 3000Mbps 160Mhz Bluetooth 5.0 Wi-Fi 6...

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