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Unable to connect to wireless internet. wireless connection shows disabled.

I have a Toshiba notebook with Intel(R) Pro/Wireless 2200BG network connection. I have previously formated the hardrive and reinstalled. Everything else is working properly except the wireless connection. It shows disabled. But when I plug in internet cable it works properlly. It is able to detect the internet service provider but unable to connect to wireless internet. I would appreciate if you could assist to solve my problem. Thank you.

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Check whether wireless drivers are installed.
check wireless is enabled.
check in network connections whether u can c wirelass lan connection.

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