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I cannot access internet remotely, and wireless light is red on my HP pavilion Laptop. Does this mean that I have a hardware problem

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RESTORE YOUR COMPUTER! This just happened to me and i looked up and tried EVERYTHING! Since my wifi button had only stopped working 2 days ago, I restored my computer to 4 days prior because I was told that sometimes without you even knowing you allow stuff to get on your computer whenever you get online which could cause your computer to turn functions off automatically. My wifi button actually stopped working after I went into a mcdonalds with my computer an used their wifi so I think me allowing their wifi onto my computer did something to it because when I took it home the button was just red altogether and it was SOOO frustrating. But as soom as I restored it, my computer came back on and a little window popped up saying "Your wifi is currently off, toggle your wifi key to turn it on/off". I was so happy! The simpliest thing that no one would ever think of.

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I found on HP website that information:
If your wireless network adapter is built-in to your notebook
Verify that the adapter is turned on. Some notebooks have an on/off button on the front or side that corresponds to a blue or red light. Press the button to turn the wireless adapter on. Figure 1: HP wireless symbol Remote internet access - c00192518.jpg

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