But as mentioned before I have the exact same card you have and it works without issue in 9. Martey Dodoo martey wrote on You can view the archives and subscribe here: That could be your issue.. I did factory recovery with dvds. I am also using a in 9.
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Could you let us know which devices are showing up under Network adapters? The Wi-Fi 6 Recovery Partition after ingel SSDs. Intel no longer works in karmic 9.
Will look into the issue. This bug affects 2 people. Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions.
Intel WiMAX/WiFi Link 5350
Bug # “Intel WiMAX/WiFi Link not properly detected” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
You can view the archives and subscribe here:. This helped me too. Add tags Tag help. You can see this by checking “lsmod grep iwlagn”. Just going to keep using the inetl os, dont think the wifi problems will be resolved as not many other people seem to be suffering from them.
WiMax is not yet fully supported though. Will need to look into it further. This is what device manager shows and TVSU just after fresh install. This is now resolved in Ubuntu 9.
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I was missing this driver: Razer’s Sila gaming router packs all the perks in its trademark black box. Previous tests showed that the wireless card detected but remained unclaimed even after driver installation compelted successfully note: Changed in linux Ubuntu: If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an “Accepted Solution”!
Please try a 9. Intel is looking to try and resolve these issues. Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone by Dan Dziedzic.
See our Sustainability Report. Ensure that the wireless card you have you can see with “lspci -vvnn”.
Also you can try the latest upstream kernel wimaz see how that works for you here: How to send a private message? Message 1 of 7. Can you run “lspci -vvnn” and attach the output to the bug.