A user reports that their wireless connectivity is being spotty. The issue seems to interrupt their wireless signal connection when the laptop screen is tilted forward or backward during operation. When this happens, the entire wireless signal drops out until the screen is left in position for a good minute or so. Which of the following MOST likely explains what is happening?
A. The hinges on the laptop screen are not strong enough to support the wireless signal cables.
B. The wireless card is losing contact to its socket when the screen is opening/closing.
C. The laptop is designed to work optimally with wireless when the screen is at a perfect 90 degree angle.
D. The wireless signal cables are being crimped when the screen is opening/closing.