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P35 S6112 LAN WIRELESS IS NOT WORKING

I HAVE JUST LUBRICATED THIS COMPUTER'S HEAT SINK AND PROCESSOR, SO THAT WE CAN BET BETTER HEAT TRANSFERANCE.

NOW, IT IS REASSEMBLED, I DO NOT SEEM TO HAVE THE WIRELESS LIGHT GO ON?


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Have you reconnected the black and white cable that connects to the wireless card located under the same cover as the memory.

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STEVELAMBERT,
Double check your wifi switch position by taking a small flat head screw driver, and pop it loose and see if the post to the wifi switch is broken, if not properly reseat the wifi switch over the post. If that does not correct the issue, open the memory cover and reseat your wifi card.

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