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I have a Toshiba Satellite A105-4384 laptop.
The problem is that everytime I start my computer, the wireless won't connect to a network. It says that my wireless card is set at off. I have to reboot it, and click "repair" and/or "disable-enable" a few time in order to get it to see wireless networks.
anyone has a clue on what I should do to solve this issue? I formated twice but it has not help.
I remember being really frustrated once with a clients Toshiba laptop as it wouldn't connect wirelessly. There was absolutely No reason I could see that it should not connect, that was until I spotted a tiny switch on the front of the Laptop for the Wireless Card. I switched this on and Bingo, connected straight away! Have a look, because this little baby saved me from a Format! It was very inconspicuous!
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