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  1. #1
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    Unable to connect to wireless networks

    Dear friends,


    I send my query to LinuxMint forum, but nobody has responded so far. Hopefully, some of you could solve the problem I have with Linux Mint.

    I have got a dual boot laptop running XP and Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon Nadia. Four days ago, a friend of mine installed Linux Mint 14 Nadia. The first day everything was fine. However, the second day I lost my wireless connectivity. When I click on Wi-Fi connection icon on the panel, I get a message “The cable unplugged”. (Obviously, it is not unplugged as I can use XP for Internet traffic.) What do I have to do in settings so that my laptop (Dell Inspiron 1545) recognises wireless networks and gets connected?

    Thank you

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    Re: Unable to connect to wireless networks

    Quote Originally Posted by Vladimir Pavic View Post
    I send my query to LinuxMint forum, but nobody has responded so far. Hopefully, some of you could solve the problem I have with Linux Mint.
    Someone has responded to your other thread. Mint questions are better handled in the Mint forums.

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    Re: Unable to connect to wireless networks

    Ok. Thank you very much.

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