Question about Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
Not knowing the make and model of your laptop
we could try to guess what keys you need to press
you could try to press the FN+F2 that may enable the wifi or bluetooth for you
or have a look on or around the keyboard for a wifi switch to slide or press
the wireless key quite often has a picture that looks like a satellite dish on it
have a look in your programs and see if you have a user guide that will show you the hotkeys
or where the wireless key is
if you cant find the user guide then you could go to the laptops manufactures web site and download the user guide store it on your desktop or documents
and you will probably need adobe reader installed to be able to read it
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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