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Has your charger failed? I would check the output, use a multi-meter to do this, and confirm you are getting the correct voltage output. If not, replace the AC adapter. If it does output there is a possibility your DC socket has failed. When you plug the AC into the laptop does it feel loose in the socket? If so, I would consider replacing the DC socket or having someone replace it for you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Be sure your wireless switch is on. Then check your device manager. If it has yellow mark under network adapters, then you need to download driver for that. Click here to download driver. If that won't still work, try uninstalling Lenovo Readycomm from the list of your programs in Control panel. If that still doesn't work, contact your service provider to configure the wireless settings of your pc and router.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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Posted on Feb 08, 2011
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