Greetings fellow BleepingComputer forumers!
I have just created an account to try to get some more insight on the problem I am having.
See, when I was taking my laptop apart to clean it, I made a booboo. Heres my computer info:
HP Pavillion DV7 Notebook PC - model #2100eg
Windows 7 64-bit
Intel® Core2 Duo CPU T6500 @ 2.10GHz
Network Card: Broadcom 802.11g Network Adapter
So on these models theres this touch panel above the keyboard that allows for turning the volume up and down mute etc. it also has the WIRELESS CAPABILITY on this panel as it happens while i was cleaning it i seem to have damaged the little cable that connects to this panel, and now my wireless capability is off. Searched just about the entire web for any solutions but most peoples problems are due to esd or some other problem. Im just wondering if there is any possible way to override this wireless capability through cmd or any other means. I also tried Windows Mobility Center, and on it theres a button for turning on wireless but its unclickable/grayed out...
Any help is greatly appreciated! Thank you!