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OP suggestions are good. Also, try deleting the driver in device manager and let Plug ‘n Play reset the driver. Delete old drivers,too, if able. I have seen one manufacturer’s driver degrade another. Ie, did original owner install an “AC” adapter with drivers and left drivers in place when he sold the laptop with the built in “N” hardware?
 
Alternatively, try WiFi with your own USB adapter that does not use the system antenna.

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OP suggestions are good. Also, try deleting the driver in device manager and let Plug ‘n Play reset the driver. Delete old drivers,too, if able. I have seen one manufacturer’s driver degrade another. Ie, did original owner install an “N”“AC” adapter with drivers and left drivers in place when he sold the laptop with the built in “G”“N” hardware?
OP suggestions are good. Also, try deleting the driver in device manager and let Plug ‘n Play reset the driver. Delete old drivers,too, if able. I have seen one manufacturer’s driver degrade another. Ie, did original owner install an “N”“AC” adapter with drivers and left drivers in place when he sold the laptop with the built in “G”“N” hardware?

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OP suggestions are good.  Also, try deleting the driver in device manager and let Plug ‘n Play reset the driver.  Delete old drivers,too, if able.  I have seen one manufacturer’s driver degrade another.  Ie, did original owner install an “N” adapter with drivers and left  drivers in place when he sold the laptop with the built in “G” hardware?

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