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Laptop can no longer detect or conect to any network even though there is a wireless system in place.and does not even allow you to create a network as says none detected

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What is the model of laptop, Most likely the issue is an external switch that turns on and off you wireless or a button at the top of the key board, or last and not least common is a key cobination on the keyboard aka FN+plus another key ( most times has a blue sybol on it and is most likely and F key (f1 f2 f3 f4 ect...)

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