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Asus PCE-n15 drivers are complete shit, someone help me out

I installed windows again on my PC and downloaded Asus's latest drivers from their site, and when I try to install a steam game it just freezes every 30 seconds and then drops in connection. I have tried pretty much every ASUS driver. I dont know what to do now the problem still is not fixed.

 

Cpu: I5-4460

mobo: H97 anniversary

SSD: samsung 750 evo

Wireless card: ASUS pce n15

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I don't even bother downloading the drivers from the website anymore. Really i just let windows 10 install everything I need. The only thing I truly downloaded and installed was network drivers because of killer ethernet. 

Main Gaming and Streaming PC: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Vinsinity/saved/TjwVnQ

Ultrabook and College Laptop:

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XPS 13 9350:

i5-6200U

8GB RAM

Samsung PM951 250GB M.2 Solid State Drive

Workstation Laptop:

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Sager NP8672 (P670SG):

i7-4720HQ

32GB (4 x 8GB) CORSAIR Vengeance Performance

Samsung 850 EVO 250GB M.2 Solid State Drive (Boot Drive)

Samsung 950 PRO 512GB M.2 Solid State Drive (Video Drive)

Crucial MX100 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive (Secondary SDD Storage)

Western Digital (Blue or Black) 1TB 2.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (Storage Drive)

GeForce GTX 980M 4G

 

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1 minute ago, VinsinityKT said:

I don't even bother downloading the drivers from the website anymore. Really i just let windows 10 install everything I need. The only thing I truly downloaded and installed was network drivers because of killer ethernet. 

windows 7 wont automatically install anything for me

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9 minutes ago, Amgzzz said:

windows 7 wont automatically install anything for me

that's one of the many reasons why windows 7 quite honestly is an outdated OS.

 

it is by now quite literally the only OS that doesnt automaticly find ethernet/wifi drivers while  installing when you're not running some obscure hardware.

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