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T510 Thinkpad. Where is the ON\OFF swich

2017-10-16, 2:38 AM

T510 Thinkpad. Where is the ON\OFF switch to enable wireless internet? I can plug in and surf but cannot connect wireless? My other devices can, so it is just with this new\refurbished  T510. Thanks for any help.

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Re: T510 Thinkpad. Where is the ON\OFF swich

2017-10-16, 2:43 AM

See the attached link.  The physcial switch is index 7.  OR do you mean on/off via software?  Thats Fn + F5.

 

https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/pd025601

 


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Re: T510 Thinkpad. Where is the ON\OFF swich

2017-10-16, 2:43 AM

See the attached link.  The physcial switch is index 7.  OR do you mean on/off via software?  Thats Fn + F5.

 

https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/pd025601

 


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Re: T510 Thinkpad. Where is the ON\OFF swich

2017-10-16, 3:59 AM

If you are not the original owner, are you sure there is a card in the slot?  Could it be turned off in the BIOS? (under config/I-O Port Access)


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Re: T510 Thinkpad. Where is the ON\OFF swich

2017-10-16, 21:57 PM

@sarbin wrote:
>>> Off-topic post split to a new thread

Sarbin, Thank You , It worked instantly. I should have found it, but didn"t. Thanks again.

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Re: T510 Thinkpad. Where is the ON\OFF swich

2017-10-16, 22:07 PM

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