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I installed 13.10 on my Toshiba Sattelite A-150, and since, I have been having internet issues. I know that it's the computer, because no other computer in the house has this problem. It won't load webpages, or maintain connections to servers, like google servers. If I want to load a webpage, i have to turn off my WiFi and turn it back on. Any questions?

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Could you add information to your networking hardware and configuration? ifconfig -a Interesting is eth0 and wlan0 – the_Seppi Dec 16 '13 at 20:34

I think it's because your wifi chipset is not supported by standard ubuntu driver. Use google to find your wifi chipset and download proprietary drivers.

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