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If windows is up and running make sure your wifi card is enabled (there's usually either a switch or one of the function keys will turn it on or off). From there in the bottom right corner look for your wifi icon or go to the control panel and find your wifi connection settings. From there just follow the directions on your screen to connect it to your wifi hotspot.
Sounds like the internal wireless card my have gone bad.They tend to do that from heat exposure.You can try uninstalling the card then rebooting, to maybe see if it will bring your wireless back to functioning.If your f2 key stopped working and it was at the time the wireless was turned off, this may also help.A bad wireless card can also effect other components attached to the motherboard as well.Its either a keyboard malfunction or most likely the card has gone bad.Hope this helps a little.Thanks