Ubuntu 20.04 No WIFI

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A few days ago my ubuntu worked well, but today I can not find wifi in settings.
By typing in lspci -v in the command line, I can see the network controller information in return.
I have installed the package backport-iwlwifi-dkms.
Reboot has been tried for several times.
Hope you guys could help me solve this issue.

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