June 27th, 4. June 28th, 5. If you’re looking to enable just the Wi-Fi functionality, can you try the following: The card is able to recognize networks but cannot make a full connection. I try to connect to my college campus wifi, which it recognizes, but whenever I put in my login information, it attempts to connect for a while before it spits out the “Wireless Network Authentication Required” screen before it finally disconnects from the wireless.
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Does it connect at home?
June 28th, 6. I have this question too.
Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N + WiMAX 6150, Single Band
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. After I enter my password it will try to connect before asking for the password again after a few minutes.
Message 1 of 5. Linux recognizes the card as well.
Support for Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N + WiMAX , Single Band
June 28th, 8. Aside from the wireless everything seems to be working. Message 2 of 5. Originally Posted by chili Forums Knowledge Base Blogs.
June 27th, 4. I did try to do my homework on this, which ultimately lead me here. After your last ingel I cheacked again and found out that my wifi is working Hi Neokenchi, sorry forgot mention model Install the driver below run it in Win7 compatibility mode if necessary then reboot.
– That pesky Intel Centrino wireless N + WiMAX wireless card – Ask Ubuntu
Thank you very much! Did someone help you today? June 26th, 1. Message 3 of 5.