Sony :: SZ71WN/C Replacing Internal Wireless 4965AGN

Oct 27, 2009

I think I need to replace my 4965AGN on my SZ71WN/C as my laptop will loose connectivity with my router for no reason. I get the dreaded unidentified error and the only way to resolve the issue is to reboot my laptop. This was happening even before I upgraded to Win7. Even on a vanialla Win7 install, with no antivirus, it happens. You could ask if it's my router (Netgear DG834GT), but another Vaio SZ that I have works fine....

So has anyone changed their WIFI module and if so, should I upgrade to one which is WIN7 compatiable out of the box?

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Dell :: Latitude With Intel 4965AGN Wireless Card

Nov 19, 2009

Can I put Intel's 4965AGN PCI Mini Express card, basically the wireless card for a notebook, in my Dell Latitude D620 and have it work fine?

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. System configuration:

. Passmark Performance 7.0 score:

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Sep 29, 2008

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I have a Dlink Extreme N DIR-655 router and it is pretty good, so I know it isn't that.

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Is there anything I should be looking for when getting the new card? Are they easy to install?

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Mar 23, 2009

This is what I am working with:

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Dell XPS M1710 Review (pics, specs)

Wireless card intel specs:
[url]

And I think this is the external antenna I would like to get (would love any suggestions):
5 dBi Magnetic Mount Omni Antenna - Omnidirectional Antennas for 2.4GHz - Antennas - Fleeman, Anderson & Bird, Corp.

The pdf says the wireless card antenna is, "Hirose* U.FL-R-SMT mates with cable connector U.FL-LP-066"

So basically is all I have to do is buy one of these, 4 inches U.FL Pigtail:U.FL to MMCX WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11g - eBay (item 160119011606 end time Apr-09-09 01:58:22 PDT)

Drill a hole in my laptop case and install one of these connected to the first adapter that is connected directly to the card:
MMCX to N-Male, Pigtail 19" 100-Series - CA-MMNMCN19

Now the n-female from the antenna can then connect to the now adapted laptop wireless external antenna?

I am presenting all of this as a question because I think this is what I need to do but I would like to double check with some knowledgeable people first that this can work, is feasible, will bring desired results (increased range) etc.

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Dec 20, 2009

I just received an Intel 4965AGN card i bought from ebay and proceeded to install it in my Latitude D630.

Card was recognized by windows fine and loaded drivers fine, it just doesn't find any networks.

I believe I installed the antennas correctly (1: white, 2: gray, 3: black).

Also the wifi switch on the side doesn't work and the LED is always off even though the Intel diagnostics say that the card's Radio is ON.

Is my card bad or is it just not compatible (BTW: It is toshiba branded.

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I'm considering upgrading my wireless card from the Dell Wi-Fi 1505 card (I know it sucks) that's in my M1530 currently.

I'm not sure if it's the drivers or the card itself, but sometimes I won't be able to connect to networks that I know I can connect to. Also, it seems to loses packets from time to time .....

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Sony :: An Internal Comparison Of Old CW Vs New

Feb 25, 2010

I decided to do some investigating about the differences between them. What sparked this curiosity was the consistently higher temperatures I got with my new CW. Turns out the cooling design is a little different.

Not the best pics but hey this science project was done at 3am

New on the left, old on the right:

Old CW:

New CW:

And a pic side by side just for kicks

I think I'll be adding some thermal paste to my new CW. which one? I gotta research how to do all that stuff.

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Sony :: Replacing An SZ With?

Oct 26, 2009

I have just upgraded my old Sony Vaio VGN SZ370P to WIN 7 and I am very happy with it.

The computer still performs beautifully. However, I know that as a laptop its end is near (Three years and hundreds of thousands of miles.)

It is already running very hot, though that does not seem to be affecting it at this point.

My question is simple, I have noticed that the SZ line seems to have disappeared. It looks like it has been replaced by the Z line

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Apr 30, 2010

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Sony :: Internal Speakers Do Not Cut Off When Using Headphones

May 9, 2009

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Is there a way to turn off the internal speakers off while listening through the headphones?

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I have a Vaio VGN-SZ61WN and I would live to get the HDD replaced with the one I've just bought. Thing is, it doesn't look too straight forward to me. The HDD is situated on the bottom left of the notebook when looking at the keyboard. There isn't a way in from the back. Just thought I'd ask before I destroy my notebook

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Apr 5, 2010

I have the new Z model VPCZ117GG..and unfortunately for my region it didn't come with a Bluray drive and I had no choice of customization as well..

My version is the one with the Full HD screen,256GB SSD and 8GB Ram.

I'm wondering if it's possible to replace the DVD drive with a bluray drive. I know this will void warranty, but i'll be doing it after my warranty expire

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Apr 17, 2009

I have ruined the C key.
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May 9, 2010

I am a frequent traveller who needs a reliable and ultra-portable notebook. I have owned a Sony Vaio VGN-TZ37 for almost 18 months. While I like it very much, it is very slow to boot up (XP). For that reason, I decided to replace the notorious in-built HDD with a SDD.

I have succeeded in replacing the original one with a Photofast G-Monster 1.8 ZIF SSD V 4 and am very happy with the result. The following is my experience.

When I decided to change to SSD, I did a lot of internet search and finally took 3 key decisions:
(1)Which SDD? After a lot of search, I settled for G-Monster 1.8 ZIF SSD V 4. It is not the least expensive, but I am happy with the results.

(2)DIY? A few repair shops could provide the service but they could not assure compatibility or system installation.

I decided to do it myself which is a good decision because I had to re-open the case 3 times.
(3)Secret of opening the case There are a few weblinks offer pictures and tips on the internet. They are essential for non-technical people like me .....

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I'll continue to my question though, I unscrewed the heatsink and noticed that the thermal paste on the cpu looked really misapplied.

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Jan 30, 2009

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How complicated would that be? What I mean is, that I can do the hardware replacing and all that, but is it enough that I would do a recovery disc with the original HD inside and then replace the HD's and then just boot from the disc. Or do I need to fiddle around with the SATA drivers,

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Specs:
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3GB RAM
Windows XP
Clean of viruses and bugs.

I have a FW190, my internet works fine when plugged in, but nothing when wireless. When I hover over the Intel PROSet Wireless Utility, it says, No supported WiFi adapters available in the system.

Yes, the wireless switch is on but the on light does not go on. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the Intel PROSet Wireless Utility, and installed the newest update on the Sony drivers site.

I have disabled and repaired the wireless connection. I have deleted the wireless card from my system and rebooted forcing Windows to find and install it again. I have done everything I can think of except reinstalling Windows...........

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So a while back I upgraded the the 4965AGN in my SZ750N to an Intel 5200, since that day, B&G has been noisy. I managed to arrange the antenna connections in such a way as to minimize it to within tolerable limits. I also talked to some experts and they said it wasn't going to hurt anything if there was a bit of static so I left it.

I have known for a while that is was the white antenna lead that was causing the static. Unfortunately disconnecting it caused a drop in signal. While working on my Windows 7 guide I had a problem and had to open the laptop. While doing so I noticed the white lead and the antenna it attached to. I hadn't ever really noticed where it sat before. Sony couldn't have hardly chosen a worse place for it.

Sony decided the best place for it, and I assume this is because they merely upgraded the old 2 wire wireless to 3 by adding this, is almost under the power button. Right next to... a speaker. The lead runs along a Speaker wire and puts the antenna right next to it. See pics 1 & 2................

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Jan 23, 2010

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Since I would like P8800+Radeon 4750, the only possible way seems to get a SR41 and upgrade the cpu. Has anyone here got any experience on upgrading a laptop CPU? More specifically, upgrading from a T-series to a P-series.

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Jan 12, 2009

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Jan 13, 2009

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The problem: My connection overall is flaky, unless I'm within 20 feet of the router.

The connection drops intermittently, but when I'm able to maintain one, my system reports speeds of 1-2 Mbps.

I'm confident the router isn't the issue because I have two other laptops in the house (both running Vistaone 32-bit, another 64-bit) that have no issues connecting or maintaining a connection.

Both are able to maintain speeds of 54 Mbps (I've run speed tests on all three systems to verify).

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Jan 24, 2010

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The card only reports connecting at 65 Mbps. I have another laptop with an Intel 5100 card and it connects anywhere between 150-300 Mbps. For a "real world" test, I compared the speeds on speedtest.net. The Atheros (Sony) is getting at most 1.5 Mbps down, while the laptop with the Intel 5100 gets 17 Mbps down

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