I didnt know if this should be in the Network or Hardware forum, but i'll try posting here I have a Toshiba satelite C660-11H and since i need bluetooth i swapped the Realtek RTL8188CE wifi adapter for an Intel Centrion 1030. Now i have bluetooth working fine, but i can't get wifi working , drivers installed nicely but i cant switch it on/off using Fn F8, and the intel program that came with the drivers says "Hardware Radio switch is off" I tried swapping back for my old wifi card and then magically wifi shows up in the Fn "Flash Cards", with no drivers installed for that card or anything, but when i use the intel card i have no wifi among the "Flash Cards", the F8 slot for wifi on/off isnt there at all. Is there any way i can force the wifi switch on? i'll even hard wire past it if i have to the latest bios i found for the C660 is 1.8 and thats the one i have installed. Seems other toshibas had problems with the intel cards they were delivered with and that issue was fixed with a bios update to 2.x, I am also curious to know how it detects a wifi card, since the wifi switch appears again if i swap back for my old one, I've noticed the intel card has less pins on the mini pci-e connector. Maybe i could bridge something to trick it?