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My wifi not working

I have new asus x80 L series. after i reinstall new window and all the drivers only wifi not connected to my wireless router. i check evrything ok. what should i do?
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Go into the Device Manager. If you have a yellow! or Red X by the wireless adapter, then right-click on it and get new driver. This should take care or it.

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