It's somewhat bizarre because on the first attempt it did see all the wireless networks around me. I then put in the password for mine and attempted to complete the install. However it could not connect. I restarted the install, and now it does not attempt to connect to any WIFI network at all. If I boot into live, the enable wifi option in the top launcher is completely gone. Thoughts?

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    I remade the USB installer and now it works. Apparently it's possible for the installer to get corrupted. The other issue that was happening even without a network install is it would hang on configuring apt. Related issue here: askubuntu.com/questions/919857/… – Ole May 28 '17 at 23:25
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    It would be great if USB installer installs could verify their own integrity before attempting an install. – Ole May 28 '17 at 23:32

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