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My laptop can't detect wireless network in my home? why? and how can i fix this problem??

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Probably, it is disabled. Try Fn F4. F4 shud have the WIFI logo if not find the F keys that has the WIFI logo. Or there is a switch on one of sides of the laptop which can be turned on.

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