I originally connected to a wireless network at a friends house and it was all gravy. I turned off my bluetooth and suddenly was unable to find any networks at all. Ubuntu has apparently confused my wireless card with my bluetooth connection.
But my internet server requires me to register my mac address with it in order to gain enternet access. In other words. I can't get access unless it's accessing the net through my wireless card and right now it's using my bluetooth connection to try and connect. Wierd huh?
I have made several attempts to turn on my wireless and it continually shows up grey and inaccessible. It says it's in airplane mode and I cannot get it to turn off airplane mode.
Every time I do and I exit the network manager it turns right back on, and while I'm in the network manager and turn off the airplain mode it still will not allow me to turn on my wireless card or access it at all. It recognises that it's there but will not turn it on. What do I do guys?