I just brought a brand new gorgeous Lenovo G580 and... I can't connect it to the internet because Ubuntu 12 will not recognise the proper wireless card driver. Can anyone offer me a solution?
Thanks in advance.
I bought a Win 8 Lenovo G580 laptop recently, and it keeps dropping the wireless connection. Apparently this is a common problem -- the Lenovo forum has a 24-page thread about it -- and there's no one-size-fits-all solution.
I recently purchased a lenovo G580 laptop. It does not have a separate graphics card.
I also installed ubuntu and windows 7 64 bit . Lenovo provided a driver cd for windows 7. I installed all the drivers. The lenovo FN+up and down brightness control works fine in windows 7. But it does not work in Ubuntu.
Earlier wifi was not working in ubuntu 13.04 lenovo g580 laptop then i installed some packages reboot my system.then no wifi setting s were their in all settings/network.earlier it was showing disconnected but now even this is not showing.
I've installed Fedora 18 two weeks ago on my laptop (a Lenovo G580). The installation went smooth, but as soon as I did a yum update and rebooted, I got a black screen almost immediately (about 2 seconds) after selecting the new kernel from the grub menu.
My laptop is a Lenovo G580 and I recently upgraded to 13.10.
When I wake it up from sleep the track-pad stops working and a little banner in the conner of the screen has a picture of a track-pad with an x over it.
Please help, I really don't want to have to re-install from scratch!
I am planing to buy a Lenovo G580 (59-324061) laptop. I found it is the best laptop in that price range. But when i goggled , i saw many people are complaining about driver problems with Ubuntu 12.04 .I heard about wired network problems and brightness control with ubuntu 12.04 So please advice me about this deal and help me if driver problems actually exists.