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elielieli

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http://support.asus....SLanguage=en-us

cant correlate whats shown here and whats in device manager.
network adapters shows
1394 net adapter
intel pro/wireless 3945abg
rtl8169

non of these are indicated in the link
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go here and get the wireless driver
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no change.
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try this...Save all your current work, close all open applications, then shut down your computer ...unplug router and modem...leave them off for 5 minutes

Power up the modem first and after it gets initialized and all the lites are steady..takes about 2 minutes
power up the router...after all the lites are on...takes about 2 minutes
power up the computer
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I sometimes get that when the signal isn't strong enough. Try moving right next to the wireless router with your laptop and see if it connects.

If you can't get it to connect try the following while standing next to the router with your laptop:

1. disable and re-enable your wireless adapter, does it connect? If not...

2. try happyrock's previous advice (again, laptop should be right next to the router)

Save all your current work, close all open applications, then shut down your computer ...unplug router and modem...leave them off for 5 minutes

Power up the modem first and after it gets initialized and all the lites are steady..takes about 2 minutes
power up the router...after all the lites are on...takes about 2 minutes
power up the computer


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also...try this...view available wireless networks...click on yours and uninstall it...reboot then get close to the router again and view available wireless networks again...it should see yours...select it then click on connect...it will ask you to put in the password (pass phrase)...put it in and click on connect
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