WIRELESS DRIVERS INSTALLATION ON LENOVO N500 FAILED
Hi. I tried installing wireless drivers on ubuntu 12.04 but i always get the message that i check var/logfile(something like that). I use a Lenovo N500 laptop.
How can I install wireless firmware successfully? I now connect only to mobile broadband and ethernet but no wireless.
My girlfriend's laptop is a brand new Lenovo Ideapad S400 Touch. I saw the free upgrade to 8.1 and thought it would be a good idea to do. But upon reboot it is no longer able to connect to the wireless network.
so I have an old toshiba laptop (which used to be windows vista but I upgraded it to windows 7) and it is core2duo and the wireless card is intel(R) wireless wifi link 4965agn, which works really well.
I bought a new laptop recently which is made by lenovo, windows 8 touch screen, 8GB RAM and i7. However, the wireless card SUCKS. It can't connect to anything at all.
I just bought a new laptop, a Lenovo IdeaPad U330 touch, and after some struggle (with the Secure Boot stupidity) I have managed to install Arch Linux. I have configured my system, installed all the drivers (I think), but
I have a problem with my wireless disconnecting from the network.
I just installed Fedora 16 on my new laptop (Lenovo Ideapad z570), which has very similar hardware configuration to my old laptop (Lenovo g570).
Although I was able to get the broadcom wireless running on my old laptop using this guide...
I was unable to achieve the same results on the new laptop.
well I'm new in Ubuntu, so to start with I'm using my wife laptop, which is a lenovo, I finally could fix the wireless driver from broadcom 4312, but the problem now is that I can see others wireless connection beside my. any body knows or suspect why?
I need help other ways my wife will kill me, her laptop does not have wireless. hahaha:)
I have Ubuntu 12.04 installed on my dell laptop for couple of months(didn't want it but my company forced it). Rescently I am having some issues in connecting to some wireless networks. So far I have been able to connect to any wireless network.