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Cannot get wireless enabled on MSI A6000 laptop

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#1 orapaho


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Posted 06 September 2011 - 10:29 PM

After I let my battery run down, the laptop will shut off and when I turn it back on, I have no internet. I troubleshoot and it tells me to enable the wireless connection, "Wireless capability is turned off" and the "local Area connection" adapter is not working properly. The desktop computer is connected to the same DSL modem and has internet connection with no problem. I do not seem to have a toggle button on the computer. I went to device manager and went to Network adapters and right clicked the Mini card wireless adapter listed and went to Properties then Advanced and chose Radio On/Off and changed the value to Enable. After clicking OK it just goes back to Disable. What to do?

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