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Wireless router connected and everything enabled but still says not connected

I have had this product for a few weeks and everything has been fine until the now.i have downloaded the disc for this product again and still i have no wireless connection and everything is connected and abled.when i go into network connections its says disabled.i have tried troubleshooting the problem but still the screen at the bottom right hand corner of laptop has a red cross through it for the wirless connection.i dont uinderstand what is up as it was working fine yesterday.i am not computer minded so please can you help me with this and i hope i have explained things easily.
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You said the wireless connection is disable, Did you enable it already by right clicking on it and selecting enable?

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