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"problem with wireless adapter"

#11MasterDonGeroPosted 9/13/2013 9:15:05 AM
Google "Asus G75VW" and click the first link. Under the support tab, choose Windows 7 64-bit. Under Wireless, download the Atheros one. Once downloaded, go into the Control Panel in Windows 7. Click "Uninstall a Program" and uninstall the Atheros Wireless driver. Then, run the file you downloaded to install the driver.
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#12Loserman15Posted 9/13/2013 10:01:05 AM
MasterDonGero posted...
r4z0rk1d posted...
windows 7


Great, so you see that big, shiny, Start button in the bottom left corner? Click it, assuming you understand how the mousepad works. Don't worry, even someone like you can eventually find it one day. Then, there's this thing in the Start Menu that can look up things on your computer. It's a search field. It's next to the pretty magnifying glass. Click inside it, again, assuming you can work the mousepad, and type "Device Manager" slowly, making sure not to misspell it--I know the keys can get confusing at times. Then, "Device Manager" will be available to click, once again, assuming you know your way around a mousepad.

Once "Device Manager" appears, there will be a list of many confusing, smart people terms on the left side. One of these terms is "Network adapters." Expand it. You do this by clicking the little plus sign to the left of it. I'm assuming you understand how the mousepad works by now, since you would not have gotten this far if you didn't. But I will be glad to explain it in laymen's terms for someone like you.

Now, under "Network adapters," what is listed?


Is there a reason you are being a huge jerk to someone who simply came here and nicely asked for help? Isn't that what we're here for? How about you simply don't post instead of being so condescending. People like you are what gives people in this field a bad name.
#13Lord_XandrosPosted 9/13/2013 10:14:25 AM
Loserman15 posted...
MasterDonGero posted...
r4z0rk1d posted...
windows 7


Great, so you see that big, shiny, Start button in the bottom left corner? Click it, assuming you understand how the mousepad works. Don't worry, even someone like you can eventually find it one day. Then, there's this thing in the Start Menu that can look up things on your computer. It's a search field. It's next to the pretty magnifying glass. Click inside it, again, assuming you can work the mousepad, and type "Device Manager" slowly, making sure not to misspell it--I know the keys can get confusing at times. Then, "Device Manager" will be available to click, once again, assuming you know your way around a mousepad.

Once "Device Manager" appears, there will be a list of many confusing, smart people terms on the left side. One of these terms is "Network adapters." Expand it. You do this by clicking the little plus sign to the left of it. I'm assuming you understand how the mousepad works by now, since you would not have gotten this far if you didn't. But I will be glad to explain it in laymen's terms for someone like you.

Now, under "Network adapters," what is listed?


Is there a reason you are being a huge jerk to someone who simply came here and nicely asked for help? Isn't that what we're here for? How about you simply don't post instead of being so condescending. People like you are what gives people in this field a bad name.


becuz teh pc mastar race bro!11
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#14TimePharaohPosted 9/13/2013 10:26:46 AM
Loserman15 posted...
MasterDonGero posted...
r4z0rk1d posted...
windows 7


Great, so you see that big, shiny, Start button in the bottom left corner? Click it, assuming you understand how the mousepad works. Don't worry, even someone like you can eventually find it one day. Then, there's this thing in the Start Menu that can look up things on your computer. It's a search field. It's next to the pretty magnifying glass. Click inside it, again, assuming you can work the mousepad, and type "Device Manager" slowly, making sure not to misspell it--I know the keys can get confusing at times. Then, "Device Manager" will be available to click, once again, assuming you know your way around a mousepad.

Once "Device Manager" appears, there will be a list of many confusing, smart people terms on the left side. One of these terms is "Network adapters." Expand it. You do this by clicking the little plus sign to the left of it. I'm assuming you understand how the mousepad works by now, since you would not have gotten this far if you didn't. But I will be glad to explain it in laymen's terms for someone like you.

Now, under "Network adapters," what is listed?


Is there a reason you are being a huge jerk to someone who simply came here and nicely asked for help? Isn't that what we're here for? How about you simply don't post instead of being so condescending. People like you are what gives people in this field a bad name.


-Tells the only guy in the topic trying to help not to help while not helping himself and being more useless

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#15MasterDonGeroPosted 9/13/2013 10:38:10 AM
Thank you, TimePharaoh.
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#16Loserman15Posted 9/13/2013 12:42:27 PM
I almost think he'd probably rather figure it out himself than read your self-entitled, arrogant and condescending messages.
#17MasterDonGeroPosted 9/13/2013 3:22:40 PM
Loserman15 posted...
I almost think he'd probably rather figure it out himself than read your self-entitled, arrogant and condescending messages.


Cool beans.
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#18Loserman15Posted 9/13/2013 4:56:27 PM
MasterDonGero posted...
Loserman15 posted...
I almost think he'd probably rather figure it out himself than read your self-entitled, arrogant and condescending messages.


Cool beans.


Yep.
#19donbrifwayPosted 9/13/2013 6:12:26 PM
this thread is funny
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#20r4z0rk1d(Topic Creator)Posted 9/13/2013 10:44:27 PM
i reinstalled the driver, but i still get disconnected.