How can I enable Intel PROSet / Wireless?

I just bought a Netgear N600 router. In the implementation process, the adapter Intel PROSet / Wireless is down switch.  How do I turn it back on?

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Hi GreggWeiler,
 
For more information on the configuration of the router, refer to the manual of the manufacturer. Visit the following link to do the same thing:
 
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