But in the end,I’m left with no option to connect to a wifi network. I even downloaded the wifi driver from my manufacturer’s website for the same model I’m having right now. If it shows in device mananger, great! If it does not appear in device manager, it may be a hardware issue loose not properly seeded, failed hardware, etc Or is there any driver issue? June 2, 2:
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Asus eee PC 900 wireless internet connection
Though,there’s a Network controller driver yet to be installed on the Other devices section. I even downloaded the wifi driver from my manufacturer’s website for the same model I’m having right now.
I removed the battery and I even saw there was something printed about the wireless network component of my lap. It should work because hardware ids of your wireless card are included in it. So,you think it’s the hardware failure?
I can’t thank you enough bro Or is there any driver issue? Thanks and now my problem’s fixed. If it does not appear in device manager, wiifi may be a hardware issue loose not properly seeded, failed hardware, etc Your question Get the answer.
Thanks for pointing out the fact that there were different cards used.
Wifi not present in Asus EEE PC CX? [Solved] – Asus – Laptop Tech Support
The wifi driver should be available here: I can access my neighbor’s Internet from my home at last! I thought the one on the top was the latest version of my driver.
Once I install it,in the end I get the message that the wifi is either removed or not present in my lap. Btw,I dont see any other wireless network adapter or similar things under device manager If wifl shows in device mananger, great!
Actually like you said the driver was available in Asus website.
Or is there something I’m missing? It’s driver is not present. June 2, 2: May 30, Thanks for the help mate. June 3, 1: In between,there’s an led that tells the state of wireless network and it always is turned on.
If you plug it in to a network cable, you should be able to get internet that way. Wherever I look,they say my witi has inbuilt wifi. Read discussions in other Laptop Tech Support categories. Could it be the wi-fi? This is what I see under the Hardware ID ssus Anyone has any idea what I need to do?
Thanks for the reply bro You can search these numbers on google to find what the VEN vendor and DEV device is, then download the appropriate one from the asus support site.
It looks like there were a few different wifi cards used, so we’ll have to figure out which one yours is using.
But in the end,I’m left with no option to connect to a wifi network. And I wasn’t trying to install the driver for that.