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Since this morning I am facing trouble with WiFi When I started my Notebook it's give error like the package cache is currepeted.now I have checked with all command it's all showing true ..I have WiFi enabled it's showing enable d but available WiFi networks is not showing and when I try go through network settings it's all available network is showing out of range..there no sign of available networks.so plz help me out from this.

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Try removing your network module from the Linux kernel. To find your wireless adapter type
lspci | grep "Wireless"
Make sure to get the network adapters name
Then remove the module by typing

modprobe -r [network adapter]


Then add it back by typing

modprobe [network adapter]

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