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I recently obtained a new Router Computer which was

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I recently obtained a new Router for my Computer which was originally Wi-Fi enabled.,Ihave been unable to connect the replacement Router Wirelessly, to enable devices such as Wireless Printer etc. to be used. I believe my desktop :Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 -Operating System Windows Vista Premium(updated to Windows 7 since). As I appear to have disabled the wifi ability, can you advise where the wifi adaptor switch can be re-activated.
Hi, my name is ***** ***** certified computer networking professional with over 10 years experience. I will be glad to assist you with this.Try this please>Click Start- Click Control Panel- Click Network and Internet- Click Network Center- In the left pane, click Change adapter settingsThen right-click on wireless network connection .It may be disabled. if it is there will be anoption to Enable it, click that option.
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