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DN2820FYKH WiFi issues

Hi all,

So I've recently moved from OpenELEC to Windows 8.1 for my Celeron NUC. Everything works fine except for the built in Wifi.. It is just very very slow. I have tried an external TP-Link wireless adapter with my NUC and that works perfectly from the same distance (10m away from router).

TP-Link adapter - 14mbps up / 1mbps down

Built in Wireless-N 7260BN - 1mbps up / 1mbps down

Is this specific built in wifi adapter not up to scratch? do I have to upgrade the wifi adapter or can I change some settings?

Other info:

- have changed router to b/g/n mode and all result in the same performance

- all wifi adapters work fine and can reach full speeds anywhere in the house

- using the latest wireless drivers

Cheers.

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Allan_J_Intel1
Employee
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Thanks for joining the Intel communities.

I have moved this thread to the appropriate support group, please refer at:

Thanks

Allan.

Jose_H_Intel1
Employee
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Hi noonoo12, let me provide you with some recommendations.

  • Update your Intel® NUC BIOS.

  • You may want to check for sources of interference near Intel® NUC's location; such as cordless phones, microwave ovens and other similar devices operating at 2.4GHz. The same may apply for some solid objects like walls.
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