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Thread: Network goes missing after booting Windows on dual boot system

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    Default Re: Network goes missing after booting Windows on dual boot system

    Quote Originally Posted by bearymore View Post
    Thanks, if I relax the match, might I harm something if my model is not supported?
    No, it just takes care of overriding the value of some rfkill parameters, which prevent the wifi device from being active (ie phy0 is absent).

    You might also check if your UEFI firmware settings allow the wifi device to be enabled at boot perhaps.
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    Default Re: Network goes missing after booting Windows on dual boot system

    Quote Originally Posted by deano_ferrari View Post
    No, it just takes care of overriding the value of some rfkill parameters, which prevent the wifi device from being active (ie phy0 is absent).

    You might also check if your UEFI firmware settings allow the wifi device to be enabled at boot perhaps.
    It's still a mystery. The downloaded fix had no effect and wifi on boot is enabled in UEFI. It appears I don't have to get all the way into Opensuse to fix the problem. If I get to Grub and then reboot, wifi works.

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    Default Re: Network goes missing after booting Windows on dual boot system

    Quote Originally Posted by bearymore View Post
    It's still a mystery. The downloaded fix had no effect and wifi on boot is enabled in UEFI. It appears I don't have to get all the way into Opensuse to fix the problem. If I get to Grub and then reboot, wifi works.
    Strange. Not sure if a bug report can fix this.
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