I had to reinstall Windows but upon reinstallation, I noticed that wireless does not connect. I tried pressing Fn +F2. Nothing. No LED light for wireless.
First I started the WLAN AutoConfig service under services.msc. After starting/enabling this service - nothing.
I searched the forum and found a post for Quickset. I followed the instructions given and restarted. When I press Fn+F2 the screen flashes the wifi symbol and my wifi LED comes on. However, when I go to connect to a wireless network - none can be found (I have connected to this network before and know that it works).
I searched help and suppoort and navigated to Manage Wireless Networks. I click on the Add button and get the following message:
Windows cannot detect any wireless network interfaces.
Does anyone have a clue on how to fix this? Getting wireless to work after reinstallation should not be this painful.
Thanks in advance.
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