Any help welcome before I smash my laptop and/or my router :)I have a Billion wired/wireless residential router connected to ADSL. Wireless with WPA is setup and working fine for ages. An Acer laptop with Windows Vista and a Samsung Galaxy phone can happily connect to the router over wireless in a room a few meters away from the router.My laptop (Acer Aspire 4710) with #!
My wireless card in my Acer Aspire 7551G shows wireless networks in range but wont connect to any of them. I am running an Atheros AR928x Wireless network card (windows reports it as a AR5b93). Also as a side note, whenever i turn on my computer, my wireless is disabled.
I have installed Ubuntu 11.04 on my Acer Aspire 4349 with AR9485 wireless network adapter. The wired connection works fine, but I can't connect to wireless. The enable wireless tab is not listed on the network manager. Please help me with this.
I am new to linux world. I am using Ubuntu 10.4 I am using GATEWAY ACER NE56R laptop. And i cannot connect my laptop to internet wirelessly. Couldn't find any trail for a wireless connection either.
Can someone please help!!
This week I purchased a new laptop (follow link for specs) in which I replaced the HD with an SSD and installed a fresh ubuntu 13.10 system onto, following which I ran the updater to ensure the latest software and patches were installed.
At no time with the laptop have I had any success with connecting to the wireless network at home.
I have an Acer S3 with ubuntu 12.10.
Every time I connect to wireless the connection is lost after a few hours and the wireless menu (from the notification area in the upper right) shows "Hardware unavailable" next to wireless.
It's bad enough that this happens and I have no idea why, but also my only resolution is to restart ubuntu which is a pain.
Any idea how to resolve this?