ASUS P5E3 PREMIUMWIFI-AP SOLO WIRELESS DRIVER DETAILS:
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ASUS P5E3 PREMIUMWIFI-AP SOLO WIRELESS DRIVER
Not sure if Asus P5E3 PremiumWiFi-AP Solo Wireless of the other mobo mfgs are any better. So, my pc is connected to the web through the cable modem and the wireless card is meant to be the Access Point for my other wireless laptops. However, the laptops are not connecting to the network that I created, although sometimes they do and sometimes they don't, but they never connect to the web because either way the laptops are showing a connection to the network AP but no connection to the web supposedly broken from the pc to the web.
I did talk with a tech support at ASUS who was not Asus P5E3 PremiumWiFi-AP Solo Wireless to fix the problem. He is sending me the latest driver update but I don't expect it to work either I have it installed already! At least with a router, the easiest thing to do is reset it to the factory setting and start over by reinstalling the network. Can you do with the ASUS?
For some reason I thought that board just had an onboard wireless card, didn't know it acted as "router". I guess if the driver update doesn't help and you don't want to RMA the board, you could just get a wireless router. I am assuming it is acting as a router and getting its connectivity from the Asus P5E3 PremiumWiFi-AP Solo Wireless Area connection I have with the cable linked to the Comcast modem. Asus P5E3 PremiumWiFi-AP Solo Wireless could have been a wrong assumption, except that I did manage once to connect a laptop to the network I had set up but have never been able to replicate.
But I believe the problem is the router element of this board.
Problems with Asus WiFi-AP solo
I do get my internet connection with the cable, I do show the onboard Wifi is connected and I sometimes am able to connect the laptops to the network but except for once the Asus P5E3 PremiumWiFi-AP Solo Wireless function between the onboard wifi and the ethernet cable is malfunctioning. I sense that ASUS will never admit to a faulty hardware or software and that it would ultimately be easier to "just" go buy a wireless router and take the loss It sounds to me like a network setting. Have you tried googling something like no WIFI connection?
Updated drivers might work. Never had any directly experience with onboard WIFI so off of the top of my head suggestions. Be interested in seeing what the solution is. Fed up with the lack of progress with this, I went out and purchased a wireless router Asus P5E3 PremiumWiFi-AP Solo Wireless Trendnet. Got home, set the thing up and hold and behold I gave up after a couple of hours and called them up this morning.
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We spent at least an hour and 4 calls to figure the problem out and solved it. You are correct about the network setting issue. As such, the wifi router needs to be bridged to the modem in order to connect properly. So now the question is: I admit that the prospect of it not working and not being able to figure out how to reset it properly on the external Asus P5E3 PremiumWiFi-AP Solo Wireless makes me want to forget it! The Asus P5E3 PremiumWiFi-AP Solo Wireless would be to leave it as is. There are several advantages to keeping the router.
Problems with Asus WiFi-AP solo - Wireless Networking
Sooner or later you will be replacing the ASUS and even if you plan on keeping it as a backup, you may not want to use as your "router". Second, if you have discreet parts, much easier to troubleshoot. The initial ASUS software is un-changed from those of the past and is very straight forward. There are a couple tabs along the top of a small window and the options listed for each tab on the page.
There were no issues to note when installing the standard drivers like the Intel chipset, network controllers, or the audio drivers. Everything installed smoothly and the next item we wanted to look at was the WiFi-AP Solo n, which is just a long name for wireless software. The P5E3 Premium/[email protected] is an Intel® X48 chipset-based motherboard that.
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