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Hi on desktop just press Fn & F10 at the same time this will enable wireless
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
Hi, I can do this for you. Open Control Panel and click on Wireless Network Setup Wizard and follow the instructions.
If that does not show up, right click My Computer, choose Manage, click on the plus sign for Services and Application and then select Services, scroll down to the bottom of the list and click on Wireless Configuration or words to that effect. When you have clicked on this select the start automatically choice from the options offered.
If this has solved your dilemma, please click on the Fixed icon below. If you have further need of assistance just Ask Me and I'll be glad to help you further.
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