Posted 04 November 2009 - 11:45 AM
Click the wireless connection icon in the tool tray at bottom right.
Right click your wireless connection (currently disconnected, of course)
Click the "Diagnose" button in the dialog box.
This will run a troubleshooter (please don't run away, these actually work, unlike most of the ones in XP!)
This might re-enable the card if you are lucky.
(I had similar problem with a power-saving setting to disable built-in ethernet when on battery, but the NIC card would not re-enable after being reconnected, troubleshooter fixed this)
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