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Wifi won't turn on after network card replaced

I recently had to replace my old network adapter and now I cannot turn on wi-fi however I try. "Fn + F3", device manager, etc did not help. Plus, in the device manager, it says that the adapter is working properly. I reinstalled drivers multiple times and tried suggestions from many other forums and I cannot get it turn on.

Old adapter: Atheros AR5B22

New adapter: Atheros AR5B95

This is a last resort, since this site usually deals with hardware problems, but I hope to find some help here, anyway.

Thanks in advance.

P.S. Running Windows 10

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hello Dmitrii

I have 2 solutions that might work

1 go to device manager go the wifi driver right click it open the properties go to the tab (Drivers) and click on roll back driver then restart your computer

2. download the free program DriverPark Solution this program will check your computer for any missing drivers or update your drivers it will download it and install any outdate driver you need

Hope this solve your problem :D

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