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Internal Wireless Adapter for eee 900 device not listed

Until last week my wireless on my brand new eee pc was running like a champ, however sometime over the weekend I noticed that find wireless network was missing from the Network Connections window(Windows XP SP3) I went into device manager and the Atheros AR5007EG Wireless Network Adapter is no longer listed. So I reinstalled the device (software only since it is internal) and it installed as Atheros AR50...Adapter #2 and I still have no options for wireless connections. If I boot to safe mode I can see 3 entries for each network adapter, the adapter itself, a Deterministic Network Enhancer Miniport, and a Packet Scheduler Miniport for each one accept that the original wireless adapter is missing, but there still are entries for the deterministic and packet scheduler for it.

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    Machine is 2 days old. Wireless was working last night. Today there is no light whatsoever on the front panel. No entry in the system devices for a wireless and Fn F2 does nothin. Reinstalling the driver gave an error about the device missing and died.

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Try Fn+F2 to enable the wireless.

As for the multiple entries in device manager, I'd delete the #2 version

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