Let’s fix things up a bit: But even that didn’t work. Intel Centrino Wireless-N yonasbel, You should post the command outputs within ‘ Code ‘ tags to preserve their formatting and make the post compact and more readable. L1 Disabled; Enabling L0S [ If you have a question, please create a new topic by clicking here.
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Firmware has old API version, expected v5, got v3. This topic has been locked due to inactivity for a long period of time. The problem is that my computer doesn’t show the wireless networks after I upgraded my system to Ubuntu UEFI firmware updating not supported Sep 29 I even did a fresh install trying to resolve it, but with no avail.
What I’ve confirmed does work in my case at least is using the version 5 ucode as shipped in Intel Centrino Wireless-N I removed the brcmsmac line and bcmwl-kernel-source and reboot my computer, but it couldn’t solve my problem. However, I don’t have windows partition and it has just Ubuntu November 20th, 6.
Join Date Nov Beans Did you find the information on this site useful? So I’m running Ubuntu I’m thinking about buying a Windows 10 compatible wireless adapter, but I don’t know which ones would be compatible with my laptop.
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I have also searched about the status of the WiFi network being shown as disabled. I have been running Ubuntu on this laptop for over six years and never had this issue before. I found the command inxi -N very helpful in determining exactly what wireless card I was using. Let’s fix things up a bit: Post as a guest Name.
I’m sure you’d like it, as we do.
Well the better solution is to have either the firmware fixed or more likely the driver fixed to work correctly with the version 5 of the firmware. Seems this has been reported “upstream” in intels bug tracker.
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