See the attached image.
I'm seeing an unknown network controller in device manager, and Windows cannot identify any drivers for it. I cannot identify the proper driver on the ASUS website, so I'm here asking if anyone else knows.
The details on the unit are:
Vendor ID: 0x1AE9
Device ID: 0x0310
When I search those values, they appear to be a Wilocity Wil6200 chip? No details at all though, and this device appeared recently so I'm wondering if the firmware for the chip is flaked out? I have reinstalled the wifi drivers available on the ASUS page for this board, but no change.
Currently running Windows 10 FCU, clean install.
NOTE: The DW 1601 requires a WiGig wireless antenna not found in systems that did not ship with the DW1601 card. Adding a DW 1601 to a system that did not ship with the card would require the replacement of the LCD back cover / wireless antenna assembly with a WiGig compatible antenna and removal of any other Bluetooth card (DW 380 for example). Hanwang cameras.
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- Wilocity makes super-fast WiGig chips that can support 4K video streaming and instantaneous transfer of huge media files. With this acquisition, Qualcomm is moving the technology into mobile.
- Wilocity is a leader in development of 60 GHz wireless chipsets based on the IEEE 802.11ad standard also known as WiGig technology. “Tri-band wireless capabilities will revolutionize enterprise computing and networking, with enterprises benefiting immensely,” said Sujai Hajela, senior vice president, enterprise networking group, Cisco.