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Acer 3003lc when i press front buttons for bluetooth or wifi it keeps showing no device,all devices in device manager ar loaded and listed except these

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  • normandavy Jun 04, 2009

    ive tried that when i open launch manager i can c the wlan and bt listed in grey not blue.... these 2 devices aint listed in the hardware device listing either,its like they dont exist on laptop but they do and xp didn find them to load drivers etc

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There is button that controls these buttuon named Launch Menager. go to Acer 's support webpage download the proram and instal again.

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