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I know this is easily solvable, but for the life of me I cannot remember how to do this.

When I boot up, the wireless network is off, and I have to hit Fn F11 each time to turn it on.

As I am sure you are all aware, this simple action is annoying.

How do I set it to auto connect on boot?

(I seem to have a vague memory of it being a BIOS option)

Any clues guys.
Posted 6-Sep-10 9:49am

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Not sure of the BIOS option, but I guess this link should be helpful: Wireless issues[^]
Sandeep Mewara at 6-Sep-10 15:28pm
Was just going through on web, looking for BIOS option you said. Found these somewhat helpful links:

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