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Hi there Just bought a sony vaio and the damn thing wont connect to the wireless router. Any ideas?

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If you cannot see any wireless networks, check the hardware wireless switch (should be on the front or the side depending on model) also if you look at the adaptors properties and go to configure there is sometimes a software override to the hard ware switch

let me know if thats the info you needed

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