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My wireless cannot work. the network controller has a yellow sign

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You need to install network contoller driver
insert your cd driver
at device manager, right click at yellow sign then chose update driver
follow the instruction until finish and yellow sign disappear
try to connect to network

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The Yellow sign indicates that the the Driver for the Wireless Card inside the Notebook is not installed properly. Please uninstall and re-install the Wireless Drivers of the Notebook which is provided by Acer.

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