I don’t know if your system is or bit. I am afraid that the mini pci card is a little obscure as I had a hard time finding a Windows driver too. This is an involved process, but it works – just takes a long time. The time now is Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply. Then, I restarted the computer, and entered the command Code:.
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When I’ve been booting the machine with May 15th, 3. Reply Reply as topic.
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Posted December 22, We no longer have community blogs was never really used We no longer have a portal page. Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply. Broadcom BCM wireless help ok still same results.
Posted August 19, I suggest that you go to the ndiswrapper home site http: Then, I restarted the computer, and entered the wireldss Code:. May 16th, 9.
Where can I find another driver for this network card? BCM wireless firmware This topic has been deleted. The main thing is that they’re using the same chipset, regardless of who badges them, be it Acer, Dell, etc. The way I got by bcm43xx card working was to – Download and install the “bcm43xx-fwcutter” wirelexs and use it to retrieve the firmware from the suggested driver “wlapsta.
May 15th, 7. All times are GMT Can someone tell me how to do this in pfsense?
[ubuntu] [SOLVED] Broadcom BCM wireless help
Here is what Larry had to say on the subject a couple of weeks ago: Broadcom does a really lousy job of error checking in their drivers, which is why you are getting the crashes. As I wrote earlier, the open-source driver is a ways off.
Product information, software announcements, and special offers. Just go through them and try the one that might work for you. I also tried a few other things but I think that perhaps they are a lost cause. Does anyone have a new solution for me if ndiswrapper won’t work. I am very new to linux and so I am sure this is to some degree operator error as much as anything else.
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Originally Posted by Graham P Davis. I know that you initially said and since you seem to be the best authority on the topic that I have found I am going to give that another go in the next couple of evenings unless you know of wireess distro that would be more fit as my first Linux OS. I am reading the posts that many other people with this problem have put up and I am simply missing something in my process. It wasnt in Gutsy.