My wireless internet has been working perfectly well on my M1330 until yesterday. I was on the internet and then my wireless turned off suddenly. When I went to turn it back on, my laptop wasn't able to find my wi-fi so I checked the windows network diagnostics and I got a message telling me that my wireless capability is turned off. The switch on the side of my computer is in the on position, and when i went to Windows Mobility Center, the option to turn my wireless on is grey and won't let me press the button. I tried turning the switch on and off, changing power settings, installing updated drivers, pretty much anything I can think of. I have Windows Vista installed on my computer... Please help? I need the internet on my laptop for school!
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The XPS™ M1330 system ships with a new wireless setup for the wireless switch. Instead of one switch there are now two:
To scan for a Wi-Fi® wireless LAN, slide and hold the Wi-Fi Catcher switch in the momentary position for a few seconds. The Wi-Fi Catcher network locator works whether the computer is turned on or off, in Hibernate mode, or in Standby mode, as long as the switch is configured through QuickSet or the BIOS to control Wi-Fi network connections.
Because the Wi-Fi Catcher network locator is disabled and not configured for use when the computer is shipped, it must be enabled and configured through the QuickSet utilities to control Wi-Fi network connections