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Switch to Wireless

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I am trying to figure out how to switch back to wireless when I need to

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    where is the wireless switch

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Wireless radio switch vary with make and model of the machine. The total list of all takes several pages, try posting your model(s) and you will get a better set of answers.

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At the side of your laptop there is a wireless switch, once you turn it on the wifi light turns blue(I think); and if it is off it turns in yellow or orange... And there are different wireless switch... what is your computer so that i can tell you where the wireless switch is

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Basically you could right click on the wireless icon in your systray (to the left of your clock usually) and select "View available networks" then click the "Refresh list" in the window that comes up and select the wireless network you want to connect to and then click the connect button at the bottom right corner of that same window. That should do it.

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