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I just installed Ubuntu 14.10 as a dual boot with Windows 7. It seems to work fine, except when I suspend Ubuntu 14.10 and then resume, I cannot connect to WiFi networks (the computer cannot seem to detect any). When I restart the computer, it can connect again. Is there any solution to this problem? I would like to use Ubuntu without having to completely shut down every time.

I've tried to look up solutions, the only one I found was to type this into terminal

sudo killall NetworkManager   

But this does not do anything.

In case it helps, my WiFi PCI card is a tp-link TL-WN951N.

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You can do

sudo service network-manager restart

this will restart your network manager and you will be able to connect to the wifi.

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