Just run software updater and it's lost my wifi.
I saw it downloading latest nVidia drivers and then blank screen - so nothing for it but a hard reset after 10 minutes wait. On reboot no wifi.
MSI MAG B650 Wifi, with Realtek MT7922/AMDZ616
Software & Updates, under "Download from" switch to Main Server.
Connect to Ethernet or phone hotspot.
In terminal, run:
sudo apt remove --purge '^nvidia-.*'
sudo apt update
sudo apt install --reinstall linux-headers-5.15.0-78-generic linux-modules-5.15.0-78-generic linux-modules-extra-5.15.0-78-generic linux-image-5.15.0-78-generic
sudo ubuntu-drivers install
sudo apt upgrade
Reboot and test...
I have seen this before - something about the Nvidia driver install/upgrade interrupts the kernel-modules-extra upgrade on some regional servers.
Cheers Aravisian - Virgil Grissom back online, so to speak.
I've saved your commands. Can anyone point me to how to find the latest appropriate version number in case I have this problem in the future?
I see that Technical details - Zorin OS is not detailed enough...
Latest version of ZorinOS is 16.3.
See this for info and to download the latest .iso: Zorin OS 16.3 Is Released - Zorin
Being an amateur astronomer, I got a kick outta this...
I wonder how many years I will have to hold onto a "Runway Clear for landing" wisecrack to return the favor with...
It's a pretty uncommon error. I would be amazed if you got hit by lightning twice.