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Cannot connect to wireless network

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Hello! My laptop has just recovered from an trojan with help from this fantastic forum, and now i am experiencing problems with my wireless connection. The problem seems to be that the external button on my laptop that controls the wireless connection on/off, is not responding. Therefore, the computer cannot find the wireless network that is aviable. Is there something i can do to fix this? The computer runs fine with a cable mounted to it, but there is no cable aviable where i am using my laptop. Can someone please help me?

Update: It appears now that none of the buttons is working, neithere volume or so. Therefore i think this is the wrong forum (hardware probably the right one), but cannot find anywere to delete my post.....

Edited by caveman88, 25 January 2008 - 04:03 PM.

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caveman88 came into Chat and we were able to resolve his problem by reinstalling some drivers and the Launch Manager so this issue has been resolved. :)
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