|27 Nov 2010||#1|
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WLAN Adapter missing after install Windows7 Ultimate 64bit
I've just upgrading my Windows 7 Ultimate to the 64bit version on my Asus Netbook eee PC1201T.
After that it couldnot connect to internet via Wifi. I found out that the WLAN Adapter is missing from the Device Manager. I want to re-installed the WLAN Adapter from the Asus DVD, but it said "We didnot support this Operating System!!!". So I brows the net and from the Asus center I downloaded the driver (Wlan-ANE107H-v2007_1_1002_2009). Some body w the same problem did this and workout, but when I installed it, it brought up same comment. What am I going to do??
Is it because I use the 64bit version? I also notice the Hotkey not working (the Fn, Fn+ F11, Fn + F12 (sound)), is this also related problem ?
And also where can I find the 64bit Driver?
Asus eeePC 1201T
CPU: AMD MV40
VGA: Mobility Radeon HD3200
The WLAN Adapter: Realtek RTL8191SE Wireless LAN 802.11n PCI-E NIC
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