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It is a new laptop and i cant find any wireless adapter in the search list

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Almost all laptops being manufactured even 10 years ago has built it wireless card. I believe yours have built in one and no need to buy an external wireless card.

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With the provided information - nothing could be concluded with regards to where the issue is.. however try the below steps .. this should work

Step 1 :
> click on start (assuming it to be a windows OS)
> right click on "my computer" and select "Properties"
> you will have the system Properties window pop-up
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> once the adapter is active - it will have a green icon with not error on it.
> close all the windows opened till now
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Hello!

I am not sure exactly where you are checking for Wireless connections.

Anyhow, now a days we are hearing many Wireless adapter missing from Device manager issues.

Please get back to us with the Brand name of your laptop, OS installed.

Also check in Device manager for Wireless adapter.

Please follow these steps to open Device Manager:

1. Right Click on 'My Computer' icon on Desktop and choose Properties.
2. The System properties Window opens.
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Expand + Network adapter and check if the Wireless adapter is listed there or not.

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