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  • mcspaddenhen Jan 19, 2009

    my wireless just shows orange all the time, when i go into wireless its telling me its unstalled

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First of all u need to install a wireless driver.. create a wireless connection.. u need to have a wireless router or a wireless lan access point for getting connected.. once if the connection occurs u can connect WAN

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