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HP Pavilion x360 Convertible Laptop PC 15-dq2071cl
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My realtek stock network card has been dropping 5Ghz signal like many others are  reporting, so I decided to update my network card to an Intel AX210NGW. I downloaded the new drivers from intel's website, uninstalled the Realtek drivers for blutooth and wifi, installed the new card and drivers afterwards, and everything seems to work initially, and I can get 1GB speed. However, as soon as I restart my computer, it goes Blue Screen (BSOD) and I can not seem to get things working again unless I swap back in the old network card. This always happens on the first restart after.

 

Super frustrating, and of course there's not much available online to help. Any ideas out there? I'd hate to be stuck with the stock network card. Thanks in advance!

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