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I caanot open a file on my sony vaio laptop,as it intructs me to first close an ope dialog box which is invisble.I HAVE TICKED OK BUT TO NO AVAIL.Its a new problem.i use microsoft word 2003. Secondly i caanot wirelessly connect to the internet despite excellent signal being apparently received from my router,and i can access the internet seamlessly if i cannot diectly to the router. PLEASE HELP.

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Uninstall office and reinstall it. You will not lose any files. Then go to MY COMPUTER and right click. Scroll down to MANAGE. The computer management console opens up. Go to the left open up DEVICE MANAGER and click. Go to the right and go down to NETWORK ADAPTERS. Find your wireless adapter there and see if the driver is good. It could be broken or missing. In that case uninstall it and go to sonys e support website. There you will find the driver for your wireless device. Download it and reintall it. I hope this helps you.

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