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Computer wont connect to internet says turn on wireless internet button cannot find this please help

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The wireless button is usually either above the keyboard, or is in the form of a "latch" on one of the sides. You didn't specify the model of your computer, so we can't tell you specifically where to find it. I can only tell you from experience where the manufacturers usually put it.

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