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comment Is there any any 802.11AC card that will work in X230?
That's nonsense, but nice try!
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comment How do I find out if my laptop's Wifi receiver supports 5Ghz networks?
I'm not sure wtf you're talking about or how you're confused. If I give you a card. And, it has no labels how do you, with only mucking around in Linux, know that it does or does not support 5ghz? May/sometimes is not an acceptable it answer. It either does or does not and I want to know which one.
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comment How do I find out if my laptop's Wifi receiver supports 5Ghz networks?
He already said he had 802.11n. Your question is easily reduced to it sometimes has it. That's not a good answer. For comparison, this method on linux tells you definitively. The question is how to do that on Windows. I don't know, but that's the right answer.
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comment How do I find out if my laptop's Wifi receiver supports 5Ghz networks?
If using Linux see this question/answer.
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comment How do I find out if my laptop's Wifi receiver supports 5Ghz networks?
Sometimes is not a good answer.