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Toshiba Satellite A 105. Can't turn wireless transmitter on

This has worked for two years, and suddenly I cannot get wireless to work. Have tried the internal help modes, and it keeps telling me that I need to turn on the transmitter. I have checked the hardware monitor and I cannot figure out how to get this turned on.

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RESTART YOUR COMPUTER, ON REBOOT, CLICK F10 WHEN YOUR CHANGE BOOT OPTIONS SCREEN COMES UP. YOU MUST PRESS F10 QUICKLY OR IT WILL LOAD WINDOWS AND YOU WILL HAVE TO RESTART AGAIN. ONCE YOU GET INTO THE BIOS SETUP UTILITY GO TO SYSTEM CONFIGURATION, SCROLL DOWN TO BOOT OPTIONS CLICK ENTER. GO DOWN TO INTERNAL NETWORK ADAPTER BOOT AND ENABLE IT. GO TO EXIT AND SAVE.. THIS SHOULD HELP..

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