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Intel Pro 2100 Wireless LAN

At the pro set general tab, it indicates that my hardware switch is off & I can't do scan or connect ,while i've a Toshiba Sattelite 1900-101 and there is no hardware switch

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For Toshiba models lacking a WiFi (WLAN) on-off switch, you can use FN-F8 to toggle the WiFi (WLAN) antenna on or off (Hold down the Fn key and then press the F8 key).

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Cant find the right driver for Intel 802.11b wireless(MPCI) for my IBM t41 think pad

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