Reviews and Problems with Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235
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Fast Shipping, Worth Any Extra Price
Matt R, Amazon
5 November 2014
Summary: I was very happy with this purchase. The company shipped my card immediately, it works great, and it arrived at the minimum estimated delivery date. The price may be slightly higher than the same item from other retailers, but they seem to be dedicated to excellent customer service, and I didn't have to wait for it to arrive from China. This card replaced my Qualcomm AR9485, and I couldn't be happier.
Do not be disheartened if your computer has a White List, it will work!.
Daniel Slack, Amazon
4 September 2014
Summary: I have a HP G62-225nr. When I first installed is, the computer would not boot to windows. I received an error message saying "Error 104 and network device is installed that is not supported. remove device and reboot." The reality is that HP has a "white list", a list of devices that they will allow their computer to use. To remedy the issue, I had to download a Modified bios from a third party, that gets rid of the "White list" and allows all devices to be used.
Summary: I have a HP DV7 computer and it had a single band N-2230 network card installed which was failing on me. So I did the research through the Intel website and rather that replace my single band card I opted for this one. First I downloaded the drivers and software from the Intel site. I then uninstalled the drivers and software from my old card. Removed the card replaced with this one, installed the drivers and software and I am now at twice the mps than before.
Intel Network 6235AN.HMWWB Centrino WiFi Card Half Mini PCI Express...
Ralph Furlong, Amazon
1 August 2014
Summary: I have two PH Envy DV laptops (one DV6 and the other a DV7) that I purchased from Costco and as such, you could not order a dual band radio for either. Still, the price was good and I thought I could live with it. Well, I started to find that I really wanted the second band and so tried to buy it from HP. Needless to say, that was a wasted effort!!! I was told everything from the radios are part of the motherboard and cannot be changed to no one makes a dual band radio.
Summary: I can confirm that this card is a good replacement for the OEM Realtek RTL8723AE and it's lousy reception in my Gigabyte Brix. With the HTPC buried in an audio rack, the Realtek card was only able to pull in around 2 mbps from my wireless router - resulting in annoying pausing/buffering when feeding audio files to a DAC. A swap to this card and now I'm receiving around 18 mbps.