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Toshiba 1153's1552 wireless

A friend of mine sold me this computer, ok , i need to know if it hads a wireless card installed couse it have a wlan swich on the left side, and the swich seems to not turn on,

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Look in hardware devices.in the list which comes up look in network devices or underneath the laptop should be a removable panel (1 screw)underthis you will see a board with 2 wires on it the wires are held down with silver press stud.hope this helps.p.s.is there a button on the laptop to switch wireless on and off?

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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