Wednesday, November 28, 2012 5:32 PMWhenever I power up and login I cannot connect wirelessly to any network. When I run Windows diagnostics it finds that Wireless has not been enabled and it proceeds to "fix" the problem. That sometimes works well and lasts a long time, sometimes I lose connectivity right away, sometimes repeatedly. How do I enable wireless conectivity? I am running a newer (March 2012) Asus Laptop with Windows 7 Professional. Thanks!
Friday, November 30, 2012 6:17 AMModerator
Please try the following to narrow down the issue:
1. Boot to Safe Mode with networking and see how it works.
2. Please check if there is a new version of Windows 7 driver released. If so, please try to remove the current on and install the latest version. Also, you can try to reinstall the driver for test.
Hope this helps.
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Monday, December 10, 2012 5:42 PMExact same symptoms result. No new driver from ASUS available. The network card indicates that it is enabled. I have changed the properties page to connect even if SSID is not being broadcast. Very frustrating.