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Airplane Mode on my Desktop????

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how do I get rid of the airplane mode?

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@DoriMiller wrote:

This brand new computer is stuck in airplane mode. I have performed a factory reset and when the initial opening screens came back up it still can't recognize wireless connections. This is not a laptop so the keyboard trick doesn't work. Going into the settings doesn't help because Wireless connections I have vanished and the airplane mode link does not exist to select. I used this computer without any issue or difficulty on Tuesday evening and when I booted it back up on Wednesday evening, I had airplane mode.  Can anyone please help with a new solution other than the same things which have already been suggested?? At this point the sledgehammer is looking like my only hope.


 

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@LeDonna Welcome to HP Forums Community!

 

If not done already, here's something you can check to access the Airplane mode options

  • Airplane mode gives you a quick way to turn off all wireless communications on your PC. Some examples of wireless communications are Wi-Fi, cellular, Bluetooth, GPS, and Near Field Communication (NFC).

  • To turn airplane mode on or off, select the Network icon on the taskbar, then select Airplane mode.

    Airplane mode quick action button

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