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ASUS EEE PC wireless problem

My pc can't detect any wireless networks, nor detect a wired connection. In 'network connections' there's isn't even an icon enabling me to search for available wireless networks. The driver is present in system devices so no idea what is going on

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There is a great program called Network Magic that will configure your wired and wireless connections with absolute ease. ALthough it is not a free program, you can use it to sonfigure everything and after the initial 7 day (used to be 30 day) free trial, it will ask you to purchase. You can easily uninstall it through add/remove programs in Control Panel. If you choose to uninstall it, it will not undo the connections it has made, and will not leave any residual program information in your computer. You may decide to keep it though. It is a great program that will keep you informed of many network functions, as well as help with your network security. It will even tell you when others have wirelessly logged on to your network and allow you to create barriers against this. You can find it here: http://www.purenetworks.com/download/thankyou.php

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