06-17-2022 10:07 AM
07-05-2022 03:15 PM
07-06-2022 12:17 AM
I suppose destroying my computer is one of those inconveniences that you're sorry for?
07-06-2022 02:10 PM
07-06-2022 11:03 PM
07-07-2022 10:48 AM
itsmeYour link seems to reference a Linix system. I run Windows.
Hi! I put some time into this dumb problem too. Solution was not that obvious. This got it spinning again for me.
Some nvram stuff mess up the network card (WIFI 6 Mediatek MT7921). I tried like everything (now i got all the latest drivers as a result...) before I found this solution.
- Shutdown the machine
- Hold down the power button until the machine shutdown. It first starts up and then shuts off.
- Power on the machine normally with a short press on the power button.
KUDOS to the folks finding this (it doesn't relate to Linux it seems, worked for me with w10 installed)
(pfft... can't post links because I "haven't been around long enough" this forums tells me, thanks for trying helping out here... I'll see if can mask the url)
*** forum.manjaro.org/t/mediatek-mt7921e-wifi-driver-issue/102197 ***