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Wireless network LG 500

Wireless signal/ adapter disappears and cannot connect to wireless connection.
It can return after several days.

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  • Pavanchinna May 09, 2008

    Cannot connect to the wireless connection. Where is the wireless switch located?

  • bobbyusm May 15, 2008

    Hey I have a lg Xnote fd series laptop I have lost its Wi-Fi driver can anyone help me out...

  • Anonymous May 27, 2008

    I have the same issue with the same notebook. I need to restart all the time :(

  • tblowndesste Oct 04, 2008

    I have the same problem, I can't open my wi-fi either I tried Fn+F6 combo but it still won't turn on

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You can open/close Wifi by Fn+F6 key combination

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