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Hi. The wireless switch if you look closely, it has to logos on both side, one has a logo of a monitor and the other one is also a monitor but with signals or wave on its side, and thats where the toggle switch for your wireless should be at, I mean it should be toggled to the side where the monitor logo with signals or wave on its side are, that's mean your wireless is enabled. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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Hi Sure you can use Internet wireless first tell me
what kind of internet cannection are you using (Dial up or Broadband) If that is broadband then connect the access point into switch RJ-45 port then put the ip and DNS into laptop which ISP provided definetly internet will run.
if problem comes post it again
Oct 17, 2007 | Computers & Internet
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