Introduction

If your computer can no longer connect to a wireless network it may mean you have a broken Wi-Fi adapter. Before performing any work, always remember to completely turn off and disconnect your computer from any power source.

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  • Push the unlock tabs on the back of the monitor in and towards each other while sliding the back cover up.

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  • Loosen the two 1/2" screws , with the T15 Torx Screwdriver, on each side of the stand. Remove stand.

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  • Take out the single 3/8" screw, with the T15 Torx Screwdriver, from the middle of the backplate.

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Image 1/1: Small plastic tabs hold in the backplate, pull these up to remove it.
  • Remove the backplate by pulling it back towards you.

  • Small plastic tabs hold in the backplate, pull these up to remove it.

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Image 1/2: Unscrew the screws using the Philips #1 Screwdriver. Image 2/2: Unscrew the screws using the Philips #1 Screwdriver.
  • Locate the Wi-Fi adapter at the top right corner of where the stand once was.

  • Unscrew the screws using the Philips #1 Screwdriver.

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Image 1/1: Remove the adapter
  • Remove wire tabs from the left side of the Wi-Fi adapter.

  • Remove the adapter

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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