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Toshiba satellite and missing WLAN?

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I have a Toshiba Satellite A105 S4094.
Somehow the WLAN autoexec has disappeared.
I think it might have been overwritten by third party s/w
Anyway I cannot use the WIFI on the machine as a result
I have looked on the Toshiba Website for a download but can find nothing.
Any thoughts and suggestions please to enable WIFI
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you can also try opening an elevated cmd and typing sfc /scannow and this should reinstall any default .dll that might have been written over.
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by:digisel
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thanks for your input.
apologies for not closing the question earlier.  i have been away and i forgot it was still open.
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