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"No wireless network found"

"No wireless networks were found." Worked before I removed the case. Does not work after I reassembled. Everything else is OK. Wireless switch is on.

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You may have caused damage, or disconnected the wireless radio when you dissassembled / reassembled the case. Take it apart again and check if the wireless works while it is apart. then identify the location of the radio and see if the connection is damaged.

Posted on May 31, 2010

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