hi i had windows 8 and it crashed, so i decided that i would install Ubuntu to replace it. i installed 12.10 and my wireless card (for wifi and wimax) will not connect to any network. my computer us an asus u56-e with a Intel centrino wireless-n 6150 wifi wimax card.
My laptop's Wi-Fi stopped working when I upgraded to Ubuntu 12.04 (wired works). I just reinstalled 12.04 over my old 12.04 on which Wi-Fi didn't work either in an attempt to restore any settings I may have accidentally changed, but it still doesn't work. I also used a wired connection to install updates in case this bug has been fixed, but it has not.
My laptop's wifi stopped working when I upgraded to Ubuntu 12.04 (wired works). I just reinstalled 12.04 over my old 12.04 on which wifi didn't work either in an attempt to restore any settings I may have accidentally changed, but it still doesn't work.
Hello everyone, I recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows 7 (dual boot) on my HP laptop. But the wireless network is not working on Ubuntu 12.04. I can see all the available wireless networks but I'm unable to connect.
Hello and Greetings to everyone at the Ubuntu Community,
I am an absolute beginner to Ubuntu and the Linux environment. I recently installed Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS alongside Windows 8 in my Samsung 550P5C (5.7GiB, Intel Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHzx4, 64-Bit). I could connect to the internet using a wireless connection perfectly the first few days.
First, let me point out that I have absolutely no experience with Ubuntu before 12.04 LTS and I am a total beginner and can't build or write anything worth mentioning.
The problem is that Ubuntu will not connect to the wireless network I have at home. My Samsung's wireless card is Intel Centrino Wireless N-130 (v 3.2.0) I think...and from what I understand, it has to be updated?