Question about HP Pavilion tx1000z Notebook
The wireless connection just stopped working and the laptop won't even pick-up any available networks to connect to. I've tried the wireless "button" and restarting the computer. When I "diagnose" the problem, it says that I need to plug in a cable and connect to "local area connections." I've never had to use a cable or anything like that. I am wondering if maybe my wireless card has stopped working?
When you look at the properties for your wireless adapeter, does it say enabled?
On most laptops you'll have a key that has Fn on it. This is your function key. Hold it down, and look for a key that has what looks like a little radio transmission tower on it. Press that key (while holding the Fn key), and see if you get a pop up stating that your wireless is enabled or disabled (usually it pops up with the no symbol through it).
Try this a couple of times, with a few minutes inbetween to see if you can get it to reenable again.
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