Bring Back Wifi Connection After Kernel Upgrade in Fedora

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After a kernel upgrade to 3.3.1 in Fedora, I was not able to connect to my WiFi as if it is not recognized. What is the possible solution to bring back WiFi connection in Fedora without the need to reinstall my system?

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Bring Back Wifi Connection After Kernel Upgrade in Fedora

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You want to connect again to WIFI without reinstalling the new version of kernel 3.3.1 fedora. Here are suggestion that I could recommend to you to solve your problem.

Plugged in via Ethernet and log onto your router. Look for WPS (WiFi Protected Setup) you will see that the default was enabled. Try to DISABLE WPS and restarted wireless networking and presto. The wireless connection will work again.

If you're not familiar with WiFi Protected Setup it is a certification program to develop to ease setup of security-enabled WiFi networks in the home and small office environment.

Hope this solve your problem.

security-enabled WiFi networks in the home and small office environment

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