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Well some machines with linux OS doesn't support to turn on hard switch like in my case, luckily I also has windows 7 running on my system and what I did was pretty lame I just start my window Os and than turn On wifi by hard switch. Next time when I run my Ubuntu Os it started get wifi signals for all routers. Note: I tested this solution on Lenovo B570e. ...


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This solution worked for me I am happy to report that I have solved the problem using the workaround given on a bug report as follows: Boot into Windows 7/8. Turn off the Bluetooth/Wireless switch from within Windows. Reboot and boot into Linux Turn on the wireless switch. This solution ensures that bluetooth and wireless now work. Discovered the ...


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I just solved the problem and don't want to delete the question because I think this could be interesting for other people as well. I simply changed GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="" to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="quiet splash acpi_osi=Linux acpi_backlight=vendor" in /etc/default/grub, ran sudo update-grub rebooted and the problem was resolved. :)


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In my opinion, your SD Card Reader is failing. There is a very high probability of data loss. FAT is working probably because it has less error checking features, but that doesn't mean no errors! Use FAT with extreme caution. Take backups if you will be storing important data. Or rather, don't store important data, or simply use the USB Card Reader. That ...



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