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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wireless Button Disabled
After one month of trying everything, I finally figured this one out. First turn off and restart your computer. Then press F10 to enter the System BIOS Settings. Select F9 (Setup Defaults) and when it asks Load Default Configuration Now? , Enter YES. Then, press F10 (Save and Exit) and when it asks Save Configuration Changes And Exit Now, Enter YES. This should restore the wireless LAN button to its original factory settings. Once you restart the computer the button will be listed as disabled, but press on the button and it should work again. I hope this helps someone else out!
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
Is your chipset wireless network program taking over?
Often an internal system program will take priority when connecting to wireless networks.
Think of it like siblings who squabble over attention.
If you can find any other programs which are acting in this manner, I'd suggest telling them "do not use this when connecting" and then see if you can then use your main program.
Also - is your network secured and / or hidden? Did you reset your router? Sometimes this helps, too. =D
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
Well there is 2 things you can do. One is the QuickPad at the top of the laptop, there is a blue antenna figure at the top right and if it is on blue, then it is on, if orange, then off. Run your finger across it and it should turn on. Another way is on the taskbar at the bottom, you will see a computer monitor with a globe in front of it. Click on that and connections and the ability to turn on your wi-fi will be all there.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 03, 2010
Refer the web links below for setting up wireless network connectivity on your notebook.
Setting Up a Wireless Local Area Network in Windows XP:
Solve Setup and Internet Connection Issues on a Wireless Network with XP:
Posted on May 27, 2010
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Click "Start" and type "wireless assistant" into the search box.
Click the "HP Wireless Assistant" entry in the list of results.
Locate the "Bluetooth" entry.
Click the "Turn On" button in the "Bluetooth" category to enable the Bluetooth antenna in your HP Pavilion.
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