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I shouldn’t be a hardware fault because the wireless card works perfectly under 9.
Also you can try the latest upstream kernel and see how that works for you here: This is now resolved in Ubuntu 9. Here’s other similar drivers that are different versions or releases for different operating systems: I also just realized you have 8. You can view the archives and subscribe here:.
iwlwifi – Debian Wiki
Run “sudo modprobe iwlagn”. OEM-supplied versus Intel provided generic software: WiMax is not yet fully supported though. The problem is that the kernel does not load the drivers iwlagn, as seen pink the command “lsmod”.
How to update your software: But with Ubuntu 9.
The software provided by Intel below is a generic version. Intel Corporation Device [ Determine if your system meets Intel Wireless Display requirements. OEM software download locations: Just going to keep using the old os, dont think intwl wifi problems will be resolved as not many other people seem to be suffering from them.
WiMAX interface wmx0 So what happens when you load up iwlagn?
Install the Intel Wireless Display inyel. This bug affects 2 people. Otherwise you have a hardware issue. Close the Intel Wireless Display software. No network interface is created for the device.
Intel PROSet/Wireless Software and Drivers 15.2.0 for Windows 7 32-bit
Will look into the issue. If the driver is loading then this really is looking to be a hardware issue. Jerone Young aggn wrote on Intel or the laptop computer original equipment manufacturer OEM may not provide technical support for some or all issues that could arise from the usage of this software. This bug is invalid.
To post a comment you must log in. The software provided has not been verified by your laptop manufacturer as to compatibility or other operation. Please try a 9. Btw, I ran some more tests under ndiswrapper and for some reason it said the iwlagn driver was not agb installed.
Kernel message will probably reveal this. Comment on this change optional. You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
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