Well,last week, i was able to connect to a wifi network with fine speed, and that night i decided to update some intel driver, then i use the auto detect&and update utility, then i updated the wireless section, which is
then after i updated the wireless section, i can no longer connect to the network, every time i try, it's always identifying..... and has limited connectivity, i hve the correct password, and max bars of signal, they work fine before i update the driver. the computer im using is:
manufactuere: ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
model: ASUS notebook K52F/K62F Series
Processor: Intel Core(TM) I3 CPU M370 2.40 GHz
RAM: 4 GB
System type: 64 bit operating system, window 7 home premiun.
i have tried system restore, and checked everything, nothing worked. so yeah...im kinda frustrated...
You can try to roll back the driver from the Device Manager, or download a (usually older) driver from ASUS website. However, "limited connectivity" usually means that the wireless connection has been established, but the IP address settings can't be received from DHCP. You can try to configure the IP address, default gateway and DNS manually.