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My Wifi network died last night. I restarted the router but it didn't help.

I have an asus 1201n and I'm running 11.04! I've checked the other questions on this subject but none has an answer.

wifi options

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Your notebook can have a switch on the side with which you can block all outgoing wireless access. Example of a random notebook:

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It could also be a Fn + F2 Bottom left has the Fn.

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It can also be just the F2

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I AM AN IDIOT! Have bought and returned two wifi usb sticks thinking the built-in wifi had died on the laptop! The Fn + Fm combo worked for me. – culebrón Nov 18 '11 at 13:54
they are stupid for giving you the option to be able to do it. users are mean, stupid and destroys what you have done. – Alvar Nov 19 '11 at 9:17
culebron I bet you where not the 1st :D :D – Rinzwind Nov 19 '11 at 10:30

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