Wifi button is broken Tags: WiFi Wireless Networking Last response: January 13, 2013 11:56 PM in Wireless Networking Share Neta Maia January 5, 2013 7:28:39 PM Hello, My wifi button is broken. Is there any way that would enable me to turn my wifi on without pressing the button? Thanks More about : wifi button broken Emerald January 6, 2013 7:23:00 AM the wifi button of what device? router, laptop, etc... helpstar January 6, 2013 12:19:59 PM go to device manager, there should be a deactivated wlan adapter or similar. right click and activate Related resources First the keyboard, then the wifi , now the bluethoth is broken ... - Forum Is my wifi broken on my toshiba laptop? - Forum Broken Need Help PLS - Forum Enabling wireless connection without fn button - Forum Power button on case might be broken ? Help? - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer inzone January 6, 2013 3:37:24 PM It may just need cleaning , you can remove the key and clean beneath it. The keys just pop off and you can easily put them back on. Neta Maia January 13, 2013 11:56:14 PM Emerald said:the wifi button of what device? router, laptop, etc... Hi Emerald, it's the laptop device. Thanks Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumIs my graphics card broken ? Not detected by motherboard. ForumBroken power button ForumLenovo Y560 - can't turn on Wifi ! ForumMotorola Droid "back" button broken ForumMy gateway laptop doesnt have the wifi button ForumSlide button not switching on wifi on dell laptop ForumCD-ROM drive button is loose- broken ? ForumVista & wifi - Can see wireless networks but can't connect to them! ForumToshiba wifi button ForumWifi button on laptop isn\'t turning on and nothing else seems to work ForumProblems with Asus WiFi -AP solo ForumVerizon Modem into Router ForumConnecting D-link modem to android phone's wifi hotspot ForumWill any wireless router work as a wifi extender? ForumWifi driver for hp pavilion dv6 free download More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !