Summary: I received the Lenovo 6235AN.HMW wifi card today. I tried to install the drivers from intel, Asus, Lenovo and Microsoft to my ASUS S500CA laptop. However, none of the drivers worked. I always got the "Operation cannot open code 10" error.
Summary: I liked the idea of having the WiFi card with Bluetooth capabilities for my NUC. However, after about 2 months (the length of the warranty period) it started disabling itself and required restarting the computer.
Summary: My manufacturer stated, clearly, that my laptop was compatible with this card.... Ummmmmmmm NO! It is cheap, and if it works on your laptop, I am positive you will have the best bang for the buck with this card...
I bought this for dell n5110. constant, signal dropout signal.
Seok M. Yoon, Amazon
6 March 2014
Summary: I had for 2 weeks now. initially, it worked fine then a couple of days later, it get limited connection message, had to repair wireless connection every few minutes. updated driver and tried a lot of things. still not consistent connection. just returned it today.
Intel has not fixed a driver issue. Useless. Do not buy.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
24 November 2013
Summary: This card worked reasonably well for about a year- though I had some sporadic dropped connections, it was not enough for me to bother to even figure out what was going on. However, in the last few weeks (probably after a driver update dated 8/22/13 + Windows 8.1?
Lots of problems. (Driver issues) Intel is not helpful. Widespread issue, hundreds of customer complaints.
22 November 2013
Summary: I have been having so much trouble since right after the 30-day return was up. I've had blue screens from the drivers and constant dropped connections when it is working (which ends up being only for around 5-30 minutes and then I need to restart my laptop to get it to work again.
Major problems with this adapter still unresolved after 9 months
Mike L, Amazon
26 September 2013
Summary: There is an ongoing problem with dropouts with this adapter - check the support forums on the intel website. If you have one, make sure you turn off power saving mode. Because it is dual band (2.4 GHz and 5.2 GHz) and offers both "G" and "N" modes, it is difficult to tell from the submissions what...