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Amilo A1650 wireless button!


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Toof

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Well... my "amilo a1650" wireless button just stopped working... it worked yesterday.
Things i done already. *Downloaded new drivers
*Pressed the button like million times
*used [FN] + f10 (Also should enable wireless connection)
*Used cable, and it worked...
*Made like million reboots.
I had this problem before, but i don´t remember what i did? i guess i made a format.
Button is physically OK! It won´t just enalbe wireless connection...
It says "wireless network connection is not connected, wireless connection unavailable"

Edited by Toof, 13 September 2011 - 06:20 AM.

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DonnaB

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Hi Toof,

Welcome to Geeks to go! :)

First, check the laptop bios settings to ensure that there isn’t a “Disable Radio” or “Disable mini-pci” option selected.

What OS (Operating System) is installed.

Donna :unsure:
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Nevermind... i updated Wireless driver... but had to downlaod quick button driver. :)
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Not a problem. Glad you got it sorted.

I really appreciate you letting us know.

Have a nice day! :)
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