If you are looking for another answer I would suggest you unaccept the current answer and explain in your question why the current answer no longer applies to your current situation. It’s equivalent of “forget the connection” on android. I would check router settings. Yes, it has been resolved. Please try this following workaround:
|Date Added:||18 June 2017|
|File Size:||33.81 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Try reproducing the problem and note the time when you do it.
If you are looking for another answer I would suggest you unaccept the current answer and explain in your question why the current answer no longer applies to your current situation. So far I haven’t found anything I could identify as possible cause.
IBM Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Wireless WiFi Card 42T0873
Jeremy31 8, 2 13 Yes, it has been resolved. The function key combination to enable and disable the wireless no longer works so at first I assumed that some hardware had died, however: Your next step is to check the logs to find the cause of the wireless key not working Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
April 8th, 2. What can you include into your question? With a ThinkPad X61 and Lubuntu I would also change the channel the router is on to one not wiireless used, here is the list of used channels from the wifi script Channel occupancy:. As to altering the settings, well, that’s the Comcast standard setup, which undoubtedly is improvable, but I need to get the PC connecting before I optimize their gateway’s configuration.
X61s Thinkpad Enabling Wireless – Lenovo Community
Marcos Silveira 5 The iwlwifi module doesn’t work well with all Wifi adapters. Output of lsmod perhaps a driver isn’t loading properly ; Output of dmesg Output of rfkill list all Possible issues: Multiple SSIDs are seen, in tests at multiple locations, but entering their keys do not enable connection.
It works fine on another laptop running Lucid. Results 1 to 6 of 6. April 8th, 4.
Same key works well on other Thinkpad. I would really appreciate any help with this. After you go through the whole process, read the syslog. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
Had I known to do that.
Open access points also fail.
Your ethernet works, but wireless doesn’t. Also see if you can log into another wifi router or your own with WPA disabled.
Well, I feel pretty stupid. Other logs linked below. Module mac is in use, modprobe: So what you’re saying is that network manager wasn’t taking your config for your network but it took an edited file for Hilton? K7AAY 3, 2 15