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But if bcm43xx is working for you, stick with it! Now, back to seeing if I can see my wireless network.
Dell WLAN Wireless Yh774 Mini PCI E Card WiFi DW 1390 Broadcom 1525 D630 D820
I could browse all the networks in my neighborhood, but couldn’t connect to my own router, even without any security. Thanks for your help. It’s “eight, right bracket. It disconnected very often for no apparent cop.
Like the caps lock and num locks start flashing at you? By the way, if modprobe works correctly then it won’t output anything, so that’s a good thing. Are you sure that is the correct reference? I left it idle for a wirwless hours and spent another couple of hours downloading apps.
I tried the code and here is the result pcr pcr-laptop It’s been driving me crazy all day!
I created a script which I execute manually every time Wlsn boot my laptop: Now the laptot boots perfectly with the wifi disabled. I am having trouble locating my where my dell driver unzipped to. Ok, the invalid driver message means you tried to install the driver from a folder that did not contain the necessary files.
The wireless card switch seems to have no effect, and the wireless card LED is red. Miji-pci am new to Ubuntu and this is my first post in this forum.
Cut and paste into a text file? Sundial, Check the bios to see if there is anything there about disabling the wireless card. Thanks again for the help so far, this tutorial is da’ bomb.
HOWTO: Dell Inspiron E Wireless (Broadcom WLAN) [Archive] – Page 4 – Ubuntu Forums
Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. Thanks to your help I now am working wireless. The card in my system is the same one Mmini-pci My advice is xell leave the sudo rm -rf command alone and simply do a sudo ndiswrapper -e bcmwl5 or whatever your driver is called.
Hi, welcome to AskUbuntu and thanks for your contribution. Any assistance would be appreciated. You’ll have to manually configure it in that case. I thought that doing sudo -s at the beginning would make everything easier.
If blacklist ndiswrapper shows up anywhere, remove that line. I am definitely a believer. This bug seems to be related: I did another search and found something recommending disabling the hotkey for the wireless in the BIOS. Unfortunatly I could not complete the process. It wlzn help to search for a how-to on editing the grub conf first.