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Old November 15th, 2011, 04:11 AM
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I think that you need to Enable your on-board wireless adapter in your laptop BIOS because it might be turned off so that's why you can still disable and enable it in Windows but cannot connect to the network..

Turn On your laptop and press F1/F2/Delete I guess so that you can access your bios.. Locate/find the Onboard wireless configuration [sumtin like these] on BIOS and see if its disabled.. If disbaled then just enable it and save and exit bios..

Note: Be careful not to mess with your bios setup.

Hope these helps..
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