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yes! when it comes to wireless networking just make sure that your connection setting are correct just match the settings from your other laptops and do the same to the one you have probles if the persist just do a diognistic check for problems if that doesnt works just hit me back on my link ok!
I've experienced the same problem with my ASUS netbook. Uninstall the wireless hard - remove hardware in control panel, reboot the machine and allow it to auto find the adapter again. This should correct it. If there are still problems verify that you have the most current driver for the wireless adapter, either from Asus, or the wireless adapter chipset manufacturer (i.e. Intel, broadcomm, etc.)