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For a big server in an air-conditioned data-centre, anything above 60°C (140°F) is something to look at and above 70°C (158°F) something to worry about. For a laptop, it depends on its use and environment: If it gets too warm to comfortably keep it on your lap, buy an external passive cooler. If it's on a desk, just put a 2-3cm (1") thick book ...
Depending on the hardware you have, there looks to be 3 different wireless card possibilities for your machine. I would start there, figure out which manufacturer you have and then locate the wireless driver for Linux for it. Once you locate the driver and install it you should be able to connect to your WAP/Router and be on your way.
I would try boot-repair tool. You can install it during Your live USB session or by creating boot-repair live CD or USB and boot from it. You can find it there: http://sourceforge.net/p/boot-repair/home/Home/ .
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