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Asus X53e can't access the wifi card

Asus X533 lost access to wifi Device manager report no wifi card Radio button not functioning Ctrl F2 Try to install drivers from Asus. No luck yet Is there a physical key to enable the card How can I know witch wifi card is install? Other thing I could do ? Any help appreciated Martin

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    Martin Theriault Mar 22, 2014

    Resolved Finally found the proper drivers

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    to turn on wifi

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If you have the correct drivers installed and you still don't see it in device manager, maybe it is faulty and needs replacing.

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