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NO WIRELESS CONNECTION

ACER3000 WIRELESS CONNECTION SWITCH LOCATION

dont no where on switch is

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    David usen May 11, 2010

    pls explain your question

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You can try this thanks to sandrew for this one.

the wireless switch is a button on the front of the casing, which is in the form of a push button which lights up orange or a little slider button.

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