I have a few of these, Wifi drops out regularly, not off in Bios just decides to stop connecting. Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. I think it could be a ‘sleep’ issue, the only time it appears to happen is when laptops are carried between lessons with the lid closed sending the laptop to sleep. For some reason my wireless will not work on my Lenovo e Message 5 of 7. Every couple of days, the wireless may suddenly shut off with the red cross on the wireless icon.
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Perhaps also try re-seating the mini PCIe wifi card though they’re usually screwed in anyway.
Be worth while updating bios, wireless and wired network connection drivers and most of the other items to see if this helps, also Wirelfss think in access connections and power manager there are options to stop the wireless devices going off. On newer Thinkpad laptops there is a hardware switch used to enable and disable wireless networking on the laptop.
Once we re enable it everything is ok again. Hmm – we have one of these, not encountered that problem or heard about any issues from the user.
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If i was able to help – feel free to give Kudos. Locate the connection that says “Wireless Network Connection. Probably to do with our wirrless windows 7 build. Please check if the network adapter is active too.
I saw online that I should run rfkill. Post as a guest Name.
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I’m really wanting to get into Ubuntu but this is holding me back. Sorry over read that sentence. There is no difference when I press the wireless fn key either, but it does block bluetooth as it should.
Originally Posted by There is no hard switch, only a software switch using F9, but we’ve tested that and it does nothing – it doesn’t even turn the wireless off in windows. I’ve used that a few times on hardware that’s playing up with good results.