Oy! Yes, Device Manager has the Broadcom listed as an "Integrated Controller" and "Network Adapter"
The Wireless adapter is listed as an (unspecified) "802.11g MiniPCI Wireless Network Adapter". Not that that has maked any difference. I've been trying them all. There's also a 1394 adaptor (Isn't that Firewiere?)--which I have no use for.)
At this point I'm wondering about the "Wireless Button" itself. I think it's supposed to light up when pressed, but aside from a little "click", it give no indication of being on or off. (Interestingly, when I first turn the computer on, the Wireless Button flashes--once--so it seems to be functional.)
Anyone out there got hands-on experience with an MSI/TINY Megabook (L610I)?
Another interesting thing: whereas before, both the "single monitor" and "twin monitors" icons in the system tray had red x's on them, now the single monitor one has a yellow exclamation mark, and when hovered over, says, my Sky connection strength (correct ident number) is "Excellent". So, evidently the system is receiving a signal.
I would have a look in the bios / setup when you first switch the laptop on there will a messsage such as "press delete to enter setup" may be F2 or tab. Once this opens look for anything relating to wireless and check it is enabled. press F10 to save changes and exit