How to Replace the Wireless LAN Module | HP Desktop Pro, Pro A G2, G3 and 190-0000 PC | HP


How to Replace the Wireless LAN Module Before you begin: Remove the side panel and graphics card, if installed. Removal CAUTION: Use care when disconnecting the wireless LAN antenna cable from the wireless LAN module. A damaged cable or connector can degrade desktop performance. Disconnect the wireless LAN antenna cable from the wireless LAN module by grasping the connector with a small pair of needle-nose pliers or tweezers. Remove the P1 Phillips-head screw that secures the wireless LAN module to the motherboard and allow it to rise to the spring-tension position. Grasp the wireless LAN module by the edges and pull gently to remove it. Replacement Align the notch on the wireless LAN module with the key in the wireless LAN module slot on the motherboard. Keep the wireless LAN module at a 30-degree angle and insert it into its slot on the motherboard. Replace the P1 Philips-head screw to secure the wireless LAN module to the motherboard. Reconnect the wireless LAN antenna cable by gently pushing the connector onto its port on the wireless LAN module. CAUTION: Use care when connecting the wireless LAN antenna cable to the wireless LAN module. A damaged cable or connector can degrade desktop performance.

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