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    Disabled Wireless

    So one day when I was at work my wife disabled her wireless, I do not know why but the problem that I am running into into now is it does not give me the option to re-enable the wireless when I click on the icon in the top right corner.

    Any ideas? I would greatly appreciate it cause right now my wife is running a dual boot of Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows 7 and is currently liking Ubuntu more other then some issue like this.

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    Re: Disabled Wireless

    You probably want to post the usual networking related outputs, like

    lspci

    ifconfig

    rfkill list all

    sudo lshw -C network

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    Re: Disabled Wireless

    Thanks, as soon as I get home from work today I will gladly post all that for you guys.

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    Re: Disabled Wireless

    Are you sure you are from Colorado? Judging by the number of hours you work, I'd say you are from Shenzhen, China, working for Foxconn.

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    Re: Disabled Wireless

    Quote Originally Posted by mikewhatever View Post
    Are you sure you are from Colorado? Judging by the number of hours you work, I'd say you are from Shenzhen, China, working for Foxconn.
    Lol, I am sorry I forgot to post here again, I came home and my wife did a fresh install of Ubuntu cause she said she could not wait.

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    Re: Disabled Wireless

    Impressive, and complements to the lady.Sometimes, reinstalling is really easier then troubleshooting.

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