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10-13-2011

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Re: Intel WiFi Link 1000 bgn @ E220s: access point visible but not connecting

2011-10-13, 20:59 PM

Hey,

 

I recently fixed this problem so I wanted to help you out. This isn't directly Lenovo's fault, it's Intel's. They made the two connectors on the wifi too loose and chances are that one of your connectors is off. You can either fix it on your own by removing the keyboard then placing it back on and soldering it for some extra hold, or you can get a new wifi card but you'll have to change CMOS settings to do so.



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