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wireless button: wlan disabled or start again at startup?

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Hi!

I've a particular question to ask: if you turn off wireless connection by hp notebook wireless button (physical button on the top of the keyboard), after windows restart wlan stay off or turn back on?  I ask because I have advised a person to turn off the wifi in this way using the ethernet cable and would like to know if it is right. I do not know the precise model, I think is a compaq of few years ago. Pressing the wireless button it became orange and the icon tray said was disabled but I don't know if it is permanent or if restarting the computer back on.

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Hi,

 

The wlan will remain switched off even after rebooting and will not turn back on again until the wireless button is pressed.

 

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Hi,

 

The wlan will remain switched off even after rebooting and will not turn back on again until the wireless button is pressed.

 

Regards,

 

DP-K

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