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How do I turn on wireless switch for a laptop %28a-1%29 toshiba L305-S5955.


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Hello, Marshall.

If you are certain that your laptop has a wireless card installed, for most laptops, there is either a side on/off switch or a "button" above the keyboard that you press, with a network-type symbol on it.

Hope this helps.

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