The Wi-Fi adapter is a crucial piece of hardware in your laptop, allowing access to the Internet via Wi-Fi connection. If you're having problems with connecting to the Wi-Fi, the wifi adapter could be the reason, so you could use this guide to remove and repair or replace the Wi-Fi adapter.
Start with the bottom of the laptop facing up.
Locate the small panel under the battery, which houses the wifi adapter, and unscrew the one 5mm Phillips #0 screw holding the panel in place.
Remove the panel and set it aside.
Unscrew the two 3mm Phillips #0 screw which is located at the corners of the wifi adapter.
Pull the 2 black wires with the gold pieces out of the wifi adapter.
The wifi adapter is now free to be removed.