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Wireless not working on Dell D610, installed drivers, enabled in bios able to use FN F2 key show icon but no lites above keyboard

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It might be diasbled. try windows key + "x", if this doesn't work when you turn it on there, try going to network connections and enable the wireless. Go to control panel, select network and sharing, change adapter settings, you'd have something like wireless network connection, right click and click enable if its disabled.

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