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Jantie3

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At the moment I can't get on line, I keep getting the message Dell Wireless WLAN Card is disabled. Can anyone advise me how to correct this please. Thanks.
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Hi Jantie3 :)

Do you know your laptop/computer brand and model? You probably hit the Function key that controls your WLAN card and disabled it, or the switch on the side that disables it.
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My lap top is a Dell Inspiron, windows Vista. I have looked for a switch but can't find one. Any ideas please?
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Do you have a product name? It should be under the laptop or under the battery on a sticker.
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May be one of the alternate actions on one of the Fn keys.

 

On my Dell Inspiron 15R it's Fn+F2 to toggle the wireless off and on.


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Thank you very much it has sorted out the problem, thanks for your time
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You're welcome.


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