ASUS Notebook Atheros WLAN Driver
This package contains the files needed for installing the Atheros Wireless LAN Driver for ASUS Notebooks. If it has been installed, updating. This package contains the files for installing the Qualcomm Atheros Wireless Lan Driver for ASUS Notebooks. If it has been installed, updating. So I'm working on an ASUS laptop, model number K53E with Windows 7 64bit I comes up if i wish to install, Azureware Wireless LAN Driver, when i click Yes, i get a small error Atheros, Azurewave, and the Intel(R) WiFi.
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ASUS Notebook Atheros WLAN Driver
If your netbook is already on, click the "Start" button, click the arrow next to the "Shut Down" button and then click "Restart. Press the "Right" arrow to scroll over to the "Advanced" tab.
Press the "Down" arrow until you reach the "Onboard Devices Configuration" option. Press the "Enter" key.
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If the "Disabled" option is highlighted, press the "Up" arrow to highlight the "Enabled" option, then press the "Enter" key. Press the "F10" key. Using Asus Hot Keys.
Kappa December 28th, BTW don't by this machine it's awful. We'd appreciate if you could let us know ASUS Notebook Atheros WLAN the machine is awful, in the thread dedicated for this: Bao2 March 9th, Once rebooted after that order it works now perfect. Please consider adding yourself to the "Affects Me" list of the linked bug reports.
D thanks, and thanks again. Always so pleasant to see someone's first post being a thanks for a successful fix.
Please consider the request regarding the bug reports. Now I can use wifi by enabling it with enable wifi button into the connection menu of applet indicator. The trick for the key does not work. I have a asus FC notebook and I already reported the bugs.
Wifi disconnects all the time on ASUS laptop Qualcomm Atheros AR956
Do you mean binding the "rfkill" command with xbindkeys? Please post the output of - rfkill list all. If the command works, binding it should also work, unless it is the "xbindkeys" program itself that is not working for some reason.
This workaround works just fine on my Asus RC. I posted a bugreport on the links you mentioned. Reboot and the wifi should be active now.
A workaround, until it gets fixed, is given in the next post below. I'll update this post if and when found a fix to that. If the above trick works for you, I would STRONGLY recommend you to add yourself to the "Affected" users list of the following two bug reports to help getting more attention to the problem so that it gets fixed quickly: Please read posts 19 and 21 for details. Thanks to HansdeGoede ASUS Notebook Atheros WLAN coming to the rescue. Cleanup if the above workaround doesn't work for you: Please see next post below varunendra October 18th, This is how - A.
Create a Script to do it smartly: Make sure the first line is without double quotes "! Bind the Script with a HotKey of your choice: In the ASUS Notebook Atheros WLAN box that opens, 3 example shortcuts are already present.
You may leave them. This will open a tiny blank box doing nothing but waiting for your input. For example, "F3" key as it remains mostly unused.