I have a lenovo ideapad 330 9225 with realtek hardware, I'm unable to connect using wifi. I have tried all the steps mentioned in the group, need help. I moved to linux as it was difficult to find drivers in windows 7 for it. Please help.

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    There are many Realtek adapters; which one is yours? There are also 27 different Ideapad 330s at pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en , none identified as a 330 9225. "All the steps" is vague; please be specific as to what you type in and what the screen showed you in response. Please run sudo rfkill list && lspci -knn | grep Net -A3 then click edit and paste the result into your question. Please do not use Add Comment; instead, use edit. – K7AAY Oct 7 at 18:44
  • I'd suggest starting with help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WirelessTroubleShootingGuide (ie. Ubuntu wifi documentation). It contains clues as to finding the chipsets used in your box which is the key bit to knowing what 'drivers' (kernel modules) is required, ie. (device recognition link) It also provides us detail we can help you wish (what K7AAY asked for) and makers can vary parts used during manufacture... – guiverc Oct 7 at 21:55

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