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Wifi (Wireless LAN) Disabled in bios F10

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Yesterday was online. All of a sudden My wireless network capabilities stopped working.

I have 5 other devises using wireless router with no problem.

No additional wireless networks show other than Ethernet.

In HP connection manager, it states Wifi (Wireless LAN) Disabled in bios F10.

Wireless key (F10) stuck in amber

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What is the complete product name or product number?

 

I am not familiar with an M series desktop. Is your HP product an ultrabook instead?

 

Wireless key(F10)  would seem to indicate that it is a notebook.

 

Use system restore and choose a restore point dated before the issue began.




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Erico, Thank You for responding and the assistance

This is a laptop or a notebook

 

HP Pavilion m7-1015dx Entertainment Notebook PC

Model #: B4T70UA

 

I have been to these forums and have tried many suggested fixes with none being able to correct issue.

I have Used system restore and choose a restore point dated a month before the issue began. It did not fix the problem.

I have also update the BIOS from dell support. Did not fix problem

It seem from online post that this has been an ongoing problem for years with HP owners

 

At this point I am beginning to believe its either with in bios settings or bad wireless network card

 

Any other suggestions   

 

Thanks

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