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IvanKravchenko
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RTL8822CE 5Ghz problems

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HP Pavilion Laptop 14-dv0xxx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Simptoms: 

Connect 2.4 (N) - good stable work

Connect 5Ghz (AC) - low speed, freezzz, dont see WiFi (version drivers 2024.010.220)

 

attempts to solve:

1. Updates BIOS from F5 to F11

2. Install early drivers from HP site

3. Vary many shamanism iterations 

 

Result:

Fcking bugged RTL with HP - dont work correctly! its idiotism! Fcking simple $10 USB Wifi TP-link - AC correctly, fcking best intergrated mobility HP solution - dont work correctly. RTL8822CE - perfect **bleep**!

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@IvanKravchenko

 

Welcome to the HP Support Community. 

 

We shall escalate this case.

 

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