Hi I have an Acer Aspire 5535 laptop with Vista Home Basic (everything pre-installed). It "should" also be ready for wireless with an "Acer Nplify 802.11b/g/Draft-N WLAN". However when I go to view the available wireless connections in the "Manage wireless networks" page in vista I get the message saying "Wireless is not currently enabled". I have tried going to device manager and looking under network adapters but strangely can only see "Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet" nothing referencing a wireless card!! I have also tried doing ipconfig /all in command prompt and again I cannot see any adapter for wireless. So all seems very odd! On other laptops I have just pressed the function key and F2, or sometimes there is a separate wireless enable button - but I can't find any info or any buttons on how to do this. Please can anyone help me enable wireless on this laptop? I'm beginning to think it doesn't actually have wireless capability as I was lead to believe when I bought it from the shop so may need to get a replacement. Thank you for any help.