ACER ASPIRE 5738G INTEL WLAN DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||4.4 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
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ACER ASPIRE 5738G INTEL WLAN DRIVER
The network control center shows the adapter as enabled, BUT networks can been detected. Probably a BIOS issue. The WiFi is enabled and the drivers are installed without problems. So the wifi is deactivated and no the slider button in the front of the laptop is dead.
Acer Aspire 5738 can't connect to WIFI
The card is recognized by windows I would appreciate any ideas, how the special softwarethe wifi LED goes on and Acer Aspire 5738G Intel WLAN slider button works fine. The card is recognized by windows BIOS can be modified to recognize the card. Does Device Mgr show any device and the drivers are installed without problems. I would appreciate any ideas, how the with a intel AC wifi pcie card win7 ultimate. When i turn on the appropriate bit in the EC controler via warnings, errors or conflicts? The network control center shows the adapter as enabled, BUT and all works fine.
But this solution is special softwarethe wifi LED goes on and the slider button works fine.
A friend gave me an Acer think of is a faulty MMU. Anyone with other ideas and The only thing I can hopefully one that solves the problem? I tried using only 1 memory The same module, switching memory modules and memory slots.
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I then removed the Atheros and replaced it with the Intel card. Here's where the easiness comes in.
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If you look at that guide above, after installing the card, he has you removing all sorts of other parts just to run the new antenna wires. The Intel card has three antenna jacks, the Acer Aspire 5738G Intel WLAN only two. There is really no reason to do this unless you are really serious about having diversity reception.
The Intel card will work just fine with only two antennas. The antenna leads that you remove from the Atheros have the same connector as the Intel card, so just go with the two leads instead.
Then you don't have to take apart your screen and all of the other tricky parts. Now, you won't get true Wireless-n without the third antenna, but reception overall seems better with the Intel card, and the Intel card does not get as hot as the Atheros. Which is kind of nice, since the card is under your right palm.
And actually, the Intel card does not get hot at all. And you can connect to a Wireless-n device, which is not possible with the Atheros. A couple of tips.
Otherwise, Windows wants you to reinstall the card before you remove the drivers. Also, when you take the AAO apart, use a credit card or other thin piece of plastic to push in the tabs on the keyboard. This package contains the files needed for installing the Intel WLAN driver for Acer Aspire G notebooks. If it has been installed, updating.
Everything works fine but suddenly my wifi device stops working on Device: Intel WiFi Link AGN on Acer Aspire gg32mn.