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How to find wireless switch on dell inspiron 6000 laptop running windows XP

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Hi there,

There is no physical wireles switch on your laptop. You should however, be able to hold down the "fn" key at bottom left of the keyboard and then hit the F2 key at top left to turn your wireless on or off. If that does not provide the desired effect, then your wireles adapter may be disabled, in which case you should right click on the wireless icon in the bottom right system tray and choose "Repair" or "Enable".

Best of luck to you.

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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Hello.

Typically, the problem is with the operating system or memory.

First, boot your system and press F8 repeatedly. Access Safe Mode and login. Choose System Restore and select a date before your system started to freeze. Note that your system updates will go back to that date.

If still a problem, disconnect all cables. Remove the battery. Remove the memory cover. Remove and reinsert the memory modules (they are removed and reinserted on a slant). If multiple modules, test one at a time.

Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Blue screen on Dell Inspiron 6000 Laptop

OUCH... Might need a new harddrive or motherboard. Does it even let you go into the bios? Maybe you can do a full reinstall to save you the dough.

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yes its possible, younjust need win7 installer, run at winxp then chose advanced setting upgrade, thats it
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