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Wireless lan card

Please can someone help me fix my wireless lan issue.it doesnt come on again after i did a reinstall.

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  • Deutoplasm May 11, 2010

    are you using the internal Wireless card, and if so, is the switch turned on? if the switch on the front of the laptop is on, and the yellow light is off, you may want to check the actual chip. you can find this by removing one of the panels on the bottom of the laptop. should come off with one screw.

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If you did a reinstall i'd bet it's a driver issue.

open device manager and check to see if anything is out of date.

if so right click on it and select update driver. after update reboot..
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