Issue "No network devices available" im Ubuntu 16.04

Facing above stated problem after installation of Ubuntu 16.04, Please help me out

Welcome to ‘It’s Foss’ @dineshmute. You really did not give us much to help you. What have you tried to fix the problem? Did you do a search on your problem. You might (should) read FAQ - Read before you post a request for help

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At the very least we need to know what wireless card is in your machine?
also it would be helpful to run this command in a terminal and post the output back here.
rfkill list

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Thank for your reply, I am looking for desktop where only LAN connection available means no wireless device

I did the same but nothing is coming

In that case do you know which Lan card is in use?
also these some times cause problems. Is secure boot turn on if it is turn it off and try again. does the machine have blue tooth if it does turn it off and try.
you may also have to reinstall the driver.

Hello.
I have to cite @easyt50 here.
What exactly seems the problem?
Have you tested with Ubuntu live beforehand? Did it work then?
Have you looked at your recognized devices with
lsusb
respectively with
lspci
If there is no WiFi, I assume we’re talking about a desktop PC.
How old is it? Is the network card onBoard or a “real” card plugged into some socket?

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Secure boot is disabled

Yes Desktop system, Just new purchased
Network card is onboard - Ethernet controller - Intel corporation device 15bb

It’s working now after reinstalling driver for Ethernet - Thanks for your help

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Good to hear, but just being curious…
How did you do that?
And why was this necessary? I haven’t had one case (that I can remember) where an ordinary ethernet card wasn’t recognized.

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Glad it worked for you , enjoy! :slight_smile:

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