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Cannot connect to wireless internet

Today when i booted my laptop it wouldn't try to connect to the wireless internet. It gave me the message, "The dependency service or group was unable to start." When I clicked the option of diagnosing the problem, it told me that windows cannot resolve the problem. I have no option to even connect to a network... no networking whatsoever.
Please help!!!
My laptop is a HP DV6000 and I'm running windows vista :)
Thanks in advance!!

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First, do you have a wireless router button that enables or disables wireless internet? If so than it might have got accidently turned off. push it and see what pops up on screen. If it says enabled than it was turned of try connecting to internet again. If it says disabled than push again until it says enabled clearly that wasn't the problem. Next try going down to the two computers (right hand bottom corner) then double click them. This will bring up a wireless networks available, try refreshing this page. After refreshed if no networks are available than it may have to do with your internet provider. Try calling them to get a better detailed explanation.

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