14" LED-backlit display / 2nd generation Intel Core processors / Windows 7

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My asus laptop can't connect to our wifi

i have had a problem that has been popping up with my asus laptop ALOT. sometimes it can't connect to our wifi and i have to run an ethernet cable to it [it CAN connect throught an ethernet cable when it can't connect to the wifi] just so i can get online. i have already tried uninstalling the adapter in device manager, but it does not even show up in there. this only happens once in awhile and stays that way for about a week or two. i really need help on this,

p.s. i don't KNOW if my asus laptop is a Asus K43SA, but i hope most asus laptops work similar. but it looked the closest to mine.

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There are a few steps you can take:

1) TCP/IP reset, see here: http://www.thewindowsclub.com/reset-tcp-...

2) In case nr. 1 doesn't solve your problem: reinstall Windows

3) if a clean install doesn't solve the problem, you have malfunctioning hardware. In that case: replace wifi card (should be cheap and easy).

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