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Released in the early 2010s, the Asus K43SA is a 14-inch laptop with a 2nd-generation Intel Core processor and an AMD Radeon graphics card.

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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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Before you try to figure out why your Asus laptop won’t connect to Wi-Fi, you should restart your router, restart your computer, and try to connect to another network.

Sometimes there’s a problem with the network you always connect to, and if no others are in range, it may seem like a problem with your laptop.

Restarting your router and modem can refresh the connection and reappear. You can also check with your ISP to ensure they aren’t experiencing network issues.

Check if Your Wi-Fi is On

Many laptops have a hotkey that disables and enables Wi-Fi. It’s usually on the top row of function keys, though it will vary depending on the model. Make sure that your Wi-Fi isn’t turned off on the laptop before you begin.

It’s easy to accidentally disable Wi-Fi when all it takes is one accidental button press.

Move Closer to the Access Point:

This is a no-brainer. First, make sure the physical Wi-Fi switch in your laptop is on (It is usually accompanied by an indicator light). If it is, the next thing you should try is moving closer to the router to see if that helps connect your laptop to the Wi-Fi.

  1. Check to See if the Airplane Mode is Turned Off:
  2. Go to Start and then Settings.
  3. Now go to Network & Internet.
  4. Select Airplane Mode and then see if it is turned off. If not turn it off. This should resolve your connection issues. Airplane Mode
  5. Restart Your Modem and Router.
  6. This is a solution that works 90% of the time and also what the technical support team at your ISP will tell you to first try when you call them to report the issue.
  7. Why does this work? Well, the same reason your computer starts functioning again when rebooted.
  8. Your modem and router are tiny computers in themselves. Restarting means running a fresh boot and discarding much of what was previously causing the problem. To properly restart these devices, follow these steps:
  9. Unplug the power cable for the router and modem from the power source. (Some devices have a backup battery, so if the lights are still on after you’ve unplugged these devices, locate and remove the internal battery.)
  10. Wait at least 30 seconds after you’ve turned your Modem and Router off. (This step is important because, like most electronic gadgets, Modems and Routers make use of capacitors. And even though they can’t store a lot of energy, they can store enough to keep a memory chip running for some seconds. Waiting for 30 seconds will drain all capacitors fully and hence clear every bit of memory. This will allow for a clean reboot.)
  11. Plug the Modem and the Router back into the power source in succession. (Wait for the lights in the modem to stop blinking before plugging on the Router).
  12. Wait for at least a few minutes. Hopefully, this should do it.

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I am facing the same problem with my laptop asus x441u, I fixed the issue by resetting my device network settings with Command Prompt. By the following steps :

1- Write cmd in the search box.

2- Choose Command Prompt and right click.

3- Choose Run as administrator.

4- Entering command: netsh winsock reset , and Enter.

5- Entering command: netsh int ip reset, and Enter.

6- Entering command: ipconfig /release, and Enter. note: the space between ipconfig and /

7- Entering command: ipconfig /renew, and Enter. note: the space between ipconfig and /

You must restart your device to be sure that changes be in effect.

If asus laptop can't connect then go for try to uninstall existing wifi driver and download latest driver from official site of Asus by selecting your model.

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Generally, people are suffering from the wireless problem on the asus computer due to the windows settings or driver issue. Here is the solution to fix such kind of problem.

  • Let’s restart your computer and turn on the wifi from the windows settings manually.
  • Let’s ensure that you have enabled the wireless adapters on your pc, if it is not enabled, you need to go ahead and enable them by visiting the networking sharing center.
  • Sometimes, you may deal with the wireless problem due to the driver issue, so you should update the wireless driver on your pc, you can update automatically by connecting to the LAN cable or download the driver and update it manually.
  • Apart from this, you should also update the sound driver on your pc. you should uninstall the sound driver from your pc and reinstall the new driver.
  • If you are still dealing with the asus laptop wifi not working problem, you should factory reset the pc to the back date.

So these are the techniques to troubleshoot the wifi problem on windows pc, if you are still dealing with any other error, let us know, we will assist you in fixing the problem.

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If you are wondering about why won't my ASUS laptop connect to the wifi? generally it happens because of the adapter or router settings issue. if you don't know how to fix it? do not worry, here are the guide for you. you can apply it on your device.

  1. First of all, you need to make sure that the wireless settings are on. you need to turn on the wifi by using the wireless key on the keyboard.
  2. Let's disable the adapter on the ASUS laptop. After that, you need to enable the adapter again.
  3. sometimes, ASUS laptop won't connect to the network because of the incorrect password. so you need to update the wireless password.
  4. When asus laptop does not join the wireless network, you need to join the wireless network.

once you will make these changes, your device will start working fine.

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