Recently (2 days ago), this problem started to appear with my 1.5-year old ASUS U56E notebook; often the wireless is shut down (cannot find any signals), and my attempts at turning it back on using Fn + F2 don't work. I find this problem on Windows 7 and on Ubuntu 10.04, so I don't think it's a driver issue.
I'm really new to ubuntu, I just installed ubuntu 11.10 on a fairly old ASUS laptop and the wireless is incredibly slow. Had vista before and the wireless was working fine. If you need me to post any system info let me know :)
I recently installed Ubuntu 13.04 on my Asus U56e laptop and the wireless is not working.
I've read multiple threads on this problem over the past few weeks and still can't find a solution. Wired connection works fine and I can see all of the available networks but when i try to connect to them it thinks for a minute and then says Disconnected- you are now offline. :confused:
Hi, just switched my ASUS P5KPL-CM desktop over from XP to 10.04
On XP I was using to my Netgear Wireless-N 300 Router.
Now, Auto Eth0 line no problem, but I have no option to "enable wireless"
I tried to follow another users thread.
Hello I have a asus laptop wireless does not work tried many different things. It says it is hardblocked. The fn-f2 switch does not fix it tried rfkill unblock does not work bios has no setting in it kind of lost.
Recently got a new laptop for work, an Asus N61J, and I installed Ubuntu 9.10 on it. For whatever reason, the laptop will not suspend. I have no idea why, as it looks like it is going to, but ultimately dumps me back at the Unlock screen, as though I had just locked the computer, rather than suspending it.