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buddhanature28

buddhanature28

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    RE: connecting to internet on new hard drive
    Hi As far as I can tell I don't have a network manager. When I click on the icon for the internet at the top right of the screen many of the options are grayed out including, wired network, disconnected, wireless network, device not ready (firmware missing) and connection information.) Thanks, H.
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    Hi As far as I can tell I don't have a network manager. When I click on the icon for the internet at the top right of the screen many of the options are grayed out including, wired network, disconnected, wireless network, device not ready (firmware missing) and connection information.) Thanks, H.

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    connecting to internet on new hard drive
    Hi I recently installed Ubuntu on a laptop that had "died". Before that I replaced the hard drive thinking that was the problem. It wasn't. So then I decided it must be that the windows operating system had died. I downloaded linux (I think it was Ubuntu 32 bit) and booted my laptop from the linux cd I burned from my desktop. That worked like a charm and is running fine. The only trouble is I can't for the life of me figure out how to get it to connect to the internet. Any help would be greatly appreciated. thank you, H.
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    Hi

    I recently installed Ubuntu on a laptop that had "died". Before that I replaced the hard drive thinking that was the problem. It wasn't. So then I decided it must be that the windows operating system had died. I downloaded linux (I think it was Ubuntu 32 bit) and booted my laptop from the linux cd I burned from my desktop. That worked like a charm and is running fine. The only trouble is I can't for the life of me figure out how to get it to connect to the internet. Any help would be greatly appreciated. thank you, H.

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