Question about Computers & Internet
Sometimes the wireless startup can become disabled. Try this to see if you can force your wireless connection to startup:
Type: "services.msc" (without quotes)
Click: Wireless Zero Configuration
Click: "Start" (without quotes)
Also, make sure that you have the most recent driver for your network adapter. Go to the manufacturer's website to check.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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