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Unauthorized wi-fi card inserted, power off and remove card

RThie8
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I have bought Intel Dual Band AC 3160 NGW, and i got above error

What can I do. ?

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n_scott_pearson
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This is not the fault of the wireless card. This is a SLIMEBALL laptop or motherboard manufacturer who has implemented a whitelist or blacklist in their BIOS so that you are forced to use only certain cards purchased through them (at a sizeable markup, of course). Who exactly is this manufacturer? I certainly won't be purchasing anything from them in the future.

 

BTW, you should have gotten the Intel AX200 card. This gives you Wireless-AX, WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5 support and still costs about the same amount as this card (US$22).

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RThie8
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hanks for ansver, Its Lenovo, but its exactly the same as pc born with, so i have never seen this befor in hardware, only in software hardware change ID lock.

and have yesterday bougth this Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 - Netværksadapter - M.2 2230 - Bluetooth 5.0, 802.11ax, and hope it will go in bios and start up.

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