Question about HP Computers & Internet
Hi aneleyesc26 -
You can always use a wireless card instead of using the integrated wireless that is built into the computer. That could be a good solution for you as a workaround to get wireless working again if you choose not to fix the wireless button problem.
Hope that helps
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You can use the wireless button or HP Connection Manager (select models only) to turn on and turn
off wireless devices.
NOTE: A computer may have a wireless button, a wireless switch, or a wireless key on the
keyboard. The term wireless button is used throughout this guide to refer to all types of wireless
controls. Refer to the Getting Started guide for information on identifying the location of the wireless
button on your computer.
To turn off wireless devices using HP Connection Manager:
? Right-click the HP Connection Manager icon in the notification area, at the far right of the
taskbar, and then click the power button next to the desired device.
- or -
Select Start > All Programs > HP > HP Connection Manager, and then click the power button
next to the desired device.
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