So, open to any and all suggestions; but believe me this is very serious and I’m not the only one experiencing this! I’ve purged all the driver files from my Windows folder, then tried reinstalling. In attached files is log of dmesg grep -e wlan -e iwlagn for each firmware. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete it and the restart the computer if prompted. Do you see the same behavior when connected to different wireless networks? After the restart, please go ahead with the next steps to install the latest drivers and check if that resolves the issue. The properties status for Network Controller shows:
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Trouble only started within past two months. So I am going to leave well enough alone for now. I’m not keen on losing my laptop for a month, just before the period of time I expressly bought it intle. I have now reverted back to Windows 8. Do you already have an account?
If wifi is still not accessible, you’ll need another wifi card. Hi everyone, I have just upgraded from Windows 8. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Go to this page, https: How satisfied are you with this response?
I don’t use Ubuntu very often but the problem has never exhibited itself there. With increasing frequency, the wifi will “cut out” entirely and require a restart of the computer to become functional again. In attached files is log of dmesg grep -e wlan -e iwlagn adanced-n each firmware. Thanks for any help.
I simply uninstalled the PROset Wireless software and then uninstalled the Network Controller and lo’ and behold the Intel Centrino Advanced-n came back and is working fine. How satisfied are you with this reply? IE11 came up with only a white screen, nothing else.
What could be wrong? Sorry this didn’t help. Early indications are that it is stable on Ubuntu though. I was not thinking clearly when I read your post then Make lenivo you back up your registry before purging anything from the registry. I have just upgraded from Windows 8.
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Tonight alone, the card “died” about 6 or 7 times, eventually I gave up and did my work on the desktop. Not to mention, there’s another devices connected via wifi to the router without issues.
The machine automatically started checking for drivers before I did anything and I got an error message that said it failed to install. I’ve purged all the driver files from my Windows folder, then tried reinstalling. I also suspect that he turned the system restore off as he knows his stuff and could fix things himself or such.
So, open to any and all suggestions; but believe me this is very serious and I’m not the only one experiencing this! It was confusing to me what to do when that uninstall window came up before doing the disable step. Switch off and connect via ethernet cable to your router.
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You should know that this is not par for a modern Windows system. I just choose what updates I want when they show up it is configured to show me the updates but asvanced-n install them automatically.
Something is badly broken.