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"Can't connect to this network"

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#1 Michirin


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Posted 20 December 2017 - 03:14 AM

I recently bought an ASUS VivoBook and installed some softwares in it. The Wi-Fi worked perfectly. And then after some time, I opened the Task Manager and found that the disk is already running at 100% even if no applications were opened. I searched some solutions regarding it such as disabling the MSISupport, Superfetch and Windows Search. The disk is okay now. However, the laptop cannot connect to our Wi-Fi. I've tried undoing the changes I've done but it still won't connect. I tried scanning for viruses and malware but the laptop is clean. I've also tried uninstalling the driver but it still won't work. Help me please :'(

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