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Check "network connections",if youve got the correct drivers for your wireless,you should see the icon,right click it and pick "enable"
you could also right click the icon by your clock to repair,disable.(little tv-looking pikt)
also,you can drag the connection icon from "network connections"to your desktop,it will be a shortcut which will enable you to "double-click"to enable!!
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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