Hey everyone, I’ve been enjoying my Framework Laptop for the past few months now, then out of nowhere the wifi adapter decided to stop existing when using Ubuntu 22.04, meaning I had no option to connect to wifi. I’m running the 11th gen Framework laptop, dual booting Windows 10 and Ubuntu 22.04. I’m kinda new to linux and I don’t want to give up and switch to windows unless I really have to. Some help would be appreciated! Could the Windows 10 partition screwed things up?
Just some things I tried:
I checked my pci devices using “lspci” in the terminal and confirmed that the Intel Network Controller AX210 is there and knows what its name is, etc. So, correct me if I’m wrong, but the OS seems to detect the wifi adapter.
I also tried re-installing the current wifi adapter firmware from Linux* Support for Intel® Wireless Adapters Proceeded to download the firmware version 59 for Intel AX210.
After that I extracted the files and copied the .ucode file of the firmware into my lib/firmware folder.
I’ve also tried some of the package repair utilities in the ubuntu recovery mode to no success. Any thoughts?