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Asus N81Vp notebook - dead wireless card

I have an Asus N81Vp notebook with a dead Atheros internal wireless card [http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=JExNpew5BY4uwRKv].  I would like, ideally, 802.11a, b, g and N plus the ability to use the CCX Utilitites, but that is not a must.  The options I must have are 802.11b, g and n.  Any suggestions on a replacement would be great, thanks :).
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mycroftxAuthor Commented:
My bad, I wasnt clear.  I want a card that is internal, mini-pci express with the above qualifications.
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How do you know it's dead?
Have you tried the hardware or software switch to turn it on?
mycroftxAuthor Commented:
f-king, its dead because pins 1, 2 & 7 show no voltage.  No prompt for driver when its inserted and bios shows no card present...and yes I have tried the switch :).
Your link doesn't show anything what is the reference on the card itself and serial number.
It might be easier to go to an Asus authorised center to try and get that card.
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