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Aktuelle Version von: Dan ,

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Not sure if this helps you.
 
The original Apple 802.11a/b AirPort card (PC card) and the current 802.11n AirPort card (PCI-E 450M) are both Atheros cards. They have had a good track record and the current version of BootCamp supports Windows 8 and has been stable over WiFi.
 
I wonder if the system is up to running Windows 8, as this system only has an Intel i3 chip. Could the dropouts be more a hardware/OS issue (or driver) Vs a bad WiFi card? Try

Try
running Windows PerfMon service to see if the interface is being Interrupt starved. Does having less things running concurrently (loaded) do better than when you have a lot running as the same time?
I wonder if the system is up to running Windows 8, as this system only has an Intel i3 chip. Could the dropouts be more a hardware/OS issue (or driver) Vs a bad WiFi card? Try

Try
running Windows PerfMon service to see if the interface is being Interrupt starved. Does having less things running concurrently (loaded) do better than when you have a lot running as the same time?
 
I would go back to Acer as others have likewise made note of having problems looking through google.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Dan ,

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Not sure if this helps you.

The original Apple 802.11a/b AirPort card (PC card) and the current 802.11n AirPort card (PCI-E 450M) are both Atheros cards. They have had a good track record and the current version of BootCamp supports Windows 8 and has been stable over WiFi.

I wonder if the system is up to running Windows 8, as this system only has an Intel i3 chip. Could the dropouts be more a hardware/OS issue (or driver) Vs a bad WiFi card? Try running PerfMon to see if the interface is being Interrupt starved. Does having less things running concurrently (loaded) do better than when you have a lot running as the same time?

I would go back to Acer as others have likewise made note of having problems looking through google.

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