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ASUS notebook F3S series wireless network adapter problem

Hi,

I have a continuous problem where my wireless network adapter keeps dropping out requiring a reboot to reconnect to the internet.

Is there a reason why this is happening? How can I fix it so it doesnt happen so often.

My System specs:
AUSUS notebook F3S series
32 bit operating system
OS Vista Business

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  • blerin Dec 20, 2008

    I have an Asus F3 laptop nad the wireless keeps dropping out and I have to reboot. Last night it went out all together and the computer can not "see" any wireless networks.

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