|07 Sep 2011||#1|
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Win7 x64 Wifi driving me crazy!
Please ohh tech savvy saviour, help me out.
I have now spent what's close to half a year, with varying degrees of luck, trying to get my wifi working on my Windows 7 x64 computer.
This includes buying two new wireless adapters (which totals the amount to 3) and a week ago, a new motherboard to see if that could sort the problem out.
Im snapping here!
None of the 3 adapters have been working properly at any point before buying the new motherboard. After that, I actually got the latest addition to function for a couple of days now - that is until I updated to Service Pack 1. nothing works!!
I tried uninstalling the service pack again... which did the trick.
So I can't update my windows if I want a functional computer!?
Ive found numerous people (around these boards as well) having problems with x64 and wifi but no solutions...
AsRock Z68 Pro3 with an i5 2500k 3.3 Ghtz processor
8 gb of ram
Asus Pce-n10 wireless adapter
(before that I bought the Linksys Wmp600n adapter which I couldn't get working as well)
Ive tried all latest drivers from manufacturer, even tried latest drivers from chipset manufacturers.
Any ideas anyone?
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|15 Jul 2012||#4|
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Hi I have a similar setup:
Windows 7 professional x64
Intel i5 2500k
ASRock Z68 Pro3
8 Gb ram
I have bought 2 wifi cards with pretty bad connection. One doesn't connect at all and the other connects with a weak signal and drops the signal a lot. I'm not sure if it's the motherboard or the OS All my other laptops, phones, etc work well
Any help please?
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