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My asus n61j won't connect to the Internet using it's internal adapter, but it will with a external USB one. The laptop is running windows 7. The wireless router we are using is a belkin n wireless the laptops adapter will see the network when you try to connect to it is fails and troubleshoot says everything is fine. After trying once the network can't be found the dlink USB adapter works without problems
Hi there, I just bought a new Asus NJ series, and all of a sudden my wireless dissapeared! I FOUND THE SULOTION, well, I hope it works for you. Look on the left side of your laptop, right at the front left side is a switch/button. I think I accidentally switched it of, but now everything is working fine!
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
In control panel>device manager>network adapters select the Atheros wireless network adapter, then > power management tab. Uncheck box 'Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power'. Problem should be solved and Fn F2 and slider switch will be displayed as solid colour icon rather than a ghosted icon.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
I would suspect it is a "Driver" issue... you see it is possible that the USB device, indeed has specific drivers written for Windows 7? The internal one does not? Subsequently, it isn't playing well with Win 7. As a matter of interest, have you installed/run the internal nic, drivers etc, in Admin mode, and set compatability for XP SP2?
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
I can't solve this problem - BUT - I just want you to know that you are not alone!! Same computer/same problem....Wireless Internet (that difficult for ASUS???)
Posted on May 13, 2010
Hello, My name is Luis, from Colombia, I have a friend with a "ASUS N6J1". He want to play Pro Evolution soccer 2010 by Konami, but the game not recognized the nvidia video car...work with the intel ( the board video card) Really thanx and best regards
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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