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Re: Asus A6 laptop
Try clicking on Start->Run Then type in: services.msc and click ok. When the window opens, scroll down to the bottom where you should see Wireless Zero Configuration. Make sure this service is started. If not, start it, then go and try your wireless again. If it IS on... then you may want to try reinstalling your wireless card/adapter.
When you go to Network Connections, right click on the wireless connection and on the Advanced tab, make sure the box is checked to let Windows Configure Your Wireless Connection.
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The wireless switch is located either on the side of the laptop or infront. You will see an embossed image of a wireless network which means that the switch is at the ON position. You can alse enable and disable the adapter by pressing the F key (F1, F2 etc) that has a picture of a tower that has a wireless signal together with Fn key. On my laptop its Fn + F8.
Firstly look for a hardware switch on the side or font of the laptop. sometimes its a touch pad style button on top of the keypad area. look for that wireless icon. For the soft switch use these keys in combination below then make sure your wireless in the control panel >> network connections is enabled.
Then try again.
in review,1. Softswitch FN+F2 verify its on.
2. look for a physical switch with the same wireless symbol as F2 ,most laptops have one.
3. Make sure wireless adaper is enabled in the control panel.>> nework connection >>manage adapters.
4. Search for networks and viola!
hope that helps
Most of the laptop wireless switch is on the side of the laptop. If there is no physical switch, press the Fn+F2(wireless symbol) to enable the laptop. Double check the wireless LAN if enabled in the system setup. To access system setup, press F2 while the system is booting-up.
I had the exact same problem and went through the same steps that he did. It was only when I searched for a physical wireless switch (on the left side of my Dell D630) that the problem was solved. I didn't even know it was there and must have inadvertently knocked into the off position.