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The replacement process is a little involved but not technically difficult. Just follow this tutorial and everything will be fine![br]fine!
The replacement process is a little involved but not technically difficult. Just follow this tutorial and everything will be fine![br]fine!
 
[br]1. '''Follow the [http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/faq/id-3299039/remove-base-cover-dell-xps.html?_ga=2.172837155.1802601961.1557371027-1636350585.1533095691|guide to removing the base cover on the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1].'''
[br]1. '''Follow the [http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/faq/id-3299039/remove-base-cover-dell-xps.html?_ga=2.172837155.1802601961.1557371027-1636350585.1533095691|guide to removing the base cover on the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1].'''
 
1. '''Follow the [http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/faq/id-3299039/remove-base-cover-dell-xps.html?_ga=2.172837155.1802601961.1557371027-1636350585.1533095691|guide2. '''Look for the wireless card in the top right corner.''' If the battery is closest to removingyou, the base cover oncard should be a small rectangle with the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1].'''[br]Intel logo on it.
1. '''Follow the [http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/faq/id-3299039/remove-base-cover-dell-xps.html?_ga=2.172837155.1802601961.1557371027-1636350585.1533095691|guide2. '''Look for the wireless card in the top right corner.''' If the battery is closest to removingyou, the base cover oncard should be a small rectangle with the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1].'''[br]Intel logo on it.
 
2. '''Look for3. '''Unscrew the M1x6.5 screw on the holding bracket securing the wireless card in the top right corner.''' If the battery is closest to you, the card should be a small rectangle with the Intel logo on it.[br]chassis.'''
2. '''Look for3. '''Unscrew the M1x6.5 screw on the holding bracket securing the wireless card in the top right corner.''' If the battery is closest to you, the card should be a small rectangle with the Intel logo on it.[br]chassis.'''
 
3. '''Unscrew4. '''Carefully lift out the M1x6.5 screw on the holding bracket securing the wireless card toand disconnect the chassis.'''[br]antenna cable.'''
3. '''Unscrew4. '''Carefully lift out the M1x6.5 screw on the holding bracket securing the wireless card toand disconnect the chassis.'''[br]antenna cable.'''
 
4. '''Carefully lift out5. '''Connect the new wireless card and disconnectto the antenna cable.'''[br]cable.''' The white cable in the white socket and black cable in the black socket.
4. '''Carefully lift out5. '''Connect the new wireless card and disconnectto the antenna cable.'''[br]cable.''' The white cable in the white socket and black cable in the black socket.
 
5. '''Connect6. '''Place the new wireless card to the antenna cable.''' The white cable in the white socket and black cable in place of the black socket.[br]old one.'''
5. '''Connect6. '''Place the new wireless card to the antenna cable.''' The white cable in the white socket and black cable in place of the black socket.[br]old one.'''
 
67. '''Place the new card in place ofsecuring bracket over the old one.'''[br]card and screw back into place.'''
67. '''Place the new card in place ofsecuring bracket over the old one.'''[br]card and screw back into place.'''
 
7. '''Place8. '''Replace the securing bracket overbase cover as directed in the card and screw back into place.'''[br]above tutorial.'''
7. '''Place8. '''Replace the securing bracket overbase cover as directed in the card and screw back into place.'''[br]above tutorial.'''
 
8. '''ReplaceOnce everything is back in place, boot the base coverlaptop and test the new wireless card. If it was a like-for-like swap, the existing driver will pick up the card and work as directednormal. If the replacement was an upgrade or a newer model, check the driver and update as necessary. Remove the old driver first in Device Manager and then install the above tutorial.'''[br]new one. Don’t overwrite drivers as this can cause configuration issues.
8. '''ReplaceOnce everything is back in place, boot the base coverlaptop and test the new wireless card. If it was a like-for-like swap, the existing driver will pick up the card and work as directednormal. If the replacement was an upgrade or a newer model, check the driver and update as necessary. Remove the old driver first in Device Manager and then install the above tutorial.'''[br]new one. Don’t overwrite drivers as this can cause configuration issues.
 
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Once everything is back in place, boot the laptop and test the new wireless card. If it was a like-for-like swap, the existing driver will pick up the card and work as normal. If the replacement was an upgrade or a newer model, check the driver and update as necessary. Remove the old driver first in Device Manager and then install the new one. Don’t overwrite drivers as this can cause configuration issues.[br]

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That’s
That’s all there is to replacing the wireless card in the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1. Hope this info helps.[br]helps.
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Once everything is back in place, boot the laptop and test the new wireless card. If it was a like-for-like swap, the existing driver will pick up the card and work as normal. If the replacement was an upgrade or a newer model, check the driver and update as necessary. Remove the old driver first in Device Manager and then install the new one. Don’t overwrite drivers as this can cause configuration issues.[br]

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That’s
That’s all there is to replacing the wireless card in the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1. Hope this info helps.[br]helps.

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オリジナル投稿者: Albert ,

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The replacement process is a little involved but not technically difficult. Just follow this tutorial and everything will be fine![br]

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1.    '''Follow the [http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/faq/id-3299039/remove-base-cover-dell-xps.html?_ga=2.172837155.1802601961.1557371027-1636350585.1533095691|guide to removing the base cover on the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1].'''[br]

2.    '''Look for the wireless card in the top right corner.''' If the battery is closest to you, the card should be a small rectangle with the Intel logo on it.[br]

3.    '''Unscrew the M1x6.5 screw on the holding bracket securing the wireless card to the chassis.'''[br]

4.    '''Carefully lift out the card and disconnect the antenna cable.'''[br]

5.    '''Connect the new wireless card to the antenna cable.''' The white cable in the white socket and black cable in the black socket.[br]

6.    '''Place the new card in place of the old one.'''[br]

7.    '''Place the securing bracket over the card and screw back into place.'''[br]

8.    '''Replace the base cover as directed in the above tutorial.'''[br]

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Once everything is back in place, boot the laptop and test the new wireless card. If it was a like-for-like swap, the existing driver will pick up the card and work as normal. If the replacement was an upgrade or a newer model, check the driver and update as necessary. Remove the old driver first in Device Manager and then install the new one. Don’t overwrite drivers as this can cause configuration issues.[br]

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That’s all there is to replacing the wireless card in the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1. Hope this info helps.[br]

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