Earlier this month, I bought an Asus G60V with Windows 7. At first, it was working great with no issues. Soon after multiple updates, every time the computer sleeps/hibernates/restarts, the wireless network adapter disables itself. I've done some research and have tried these fixes: - Checking the box to make the adapter not "go to sleep." - Checking to make sure that the latest adapter drivers are installed. - Checking the device manager to make sure there's no yellow exclamation mark by the adapter. - Obviously, checking the switch/button to ensure the wireless capability is turned on. - Checking Windows Mobility Center, only to find the grayed out area (where I'm supposed to click to enable the adapter.) The only way I've found to fix this is go into BIOS every time the computer starts, restore the user defaults, save and exit. This is just such a hassle to do each and every time I start the computer. Can someone please help? Thanks!