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Abit wlp-01 suddenly won't find wireless network

After trying to install a CA security suite form my intenet access provider, my WLP-01 suddenly stopped finding my home wireless network in one of my PCs (VISTA operating system). It had previously worked for about a year no problem. If I screw around for a long time turning radio on/off, and disabling/enabling it sometimes finds it and will then connect with no problem. I can transfer the same card to another VISTA PC I have and it works perfectly. I have uninstalled the CA security suite and uninstalled/reinstalled the Abit driver several times. It seems as though there are files that are not getting totally wiped by the uninstall (even after I delete the Abit folder in Prgram Files).

How can I wipe the slate clean and get a good install of the WLP-01 wireless card?

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With other adapters, I have needed to run a registry cleaner WinASO or RegistryFirstAid to clean out the unused entries so they could be reinstalled properly. Similar to removing some famous brands of Anitvirus that do not completely remove themselves.

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