I recently bought a Lenovo Y50-70 laptop, and while Ubuntu has mostly been running well I've had issues with the wireless.
Wifi will connect perfectly fine, and it will usually be able to load webpages for about 30 seconds after boot, but then it becomes completely unable to receive anything at all. Occaisionally it will regain the connection for a few seconds, but this happens rarely and for only a few seconds.
Wireless card is Intel 3160 Wireless, and works perfectly fine on Windows (Windows 8.1).
- rfkill - nothing blocked
- lshw -c network - product: Wireless 3160, firmware=126.96.36.199
- kernel version 4.0.3
I should note that I've already tried the solutions presented in the following posts, but none of them have worked so far:
So far, downloading a newer kernel, downloading a newer firmware, disabling bluetooth, renaming firmware, setting options as described here haven't worked.
Any help would be much appreciated.