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I have a Presario F560US. I took it apart to upgrade the CPU. After I put it back together, it all works fine except for my wireless. It won't show up at all in device manager. I reinstall the wlan card, reinstalled the driver, reinstalled the OS. I even bought a new one and that one won't work either. I don't have a card slot for an external so I have to fix this. Could it be my antenna cables? Does anyone have an idea as to what I could have done and how to fix it? Thanks

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The w/l card that u are using, is it compatible with the type of operating system that you are using. Please re-check the OS compatibility.

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Pretty sure. I had vista on there and it was working just fine. It didn't start till after I put in new processor. After that is wouldn't show up at all so I upgraded to see if that might work after I did all the stuff posted above.

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wilson, your issue is definitely a very unique one. A very mysterical problem...
I don't think there is any kind of software/driver conflict.
You have done all possible steps and I don't think any thing is left out. Please post the solution if you find any for this problem.

Regards

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see if you can find the manual for inst6alling the wlan card but it should b3e easy unlewss 1 or 2 things went wrong

1. wireless wires are backwords

2. wireless card needs tro be turned on there should be a wireless key on the board or a switch

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I have checked both of those and they are fine. The second Wlan card I bought was not made for us laptops it was a diff part #. Made for Korea and several other diff countries but ours so I should be getting a new one in the mail shortly. Someone told me the adapter part on the MB can go bad. Is that possible?

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