Please lemme know if anything come up.. Steve, could you please open a new support ticket rather than answer an existing one, it makes it hard for us to track them otherwise. Provide an answer of your own, or ask brokencrystal. I set up ndiswrapper to handle my wireless card using my Windows drivers.. Can you help with this problem? It’s a broadcom chipset, not sure what one, you can find chipset information by downloading the driver and extracting it Self-Extracting. A solution is found!
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Provide an answer of your own, or ask brokencrystal. Alex Mayorga alex-mayorga said on Get your hardware specs by running lspci, which is included with the PCI Utilities package. English Edit question Status: Anyone have any ideas? Can you help with this problem? Anyhow, I’ve still got the memory card reader to set up correctly, the webcam and mic, and the media buttons.
However, I’m having trouble getting everything to work properly. Here’s what I get: My card is listed on the supported cards page: Have something to contribute to this discussion?
Here’s the output of lspci: I have included the info and llinux below. I set up ndiswrapper to handle my wireless card using my Windows drivers.
No assignee Edit question Last query: The installation goes well, but the connexion is very unstable and my computer freezes randomly my only choice then is to reboot the system. I have a broadcom internal wireless and it is not working at all.
Please lemme know if anything come ljnux. I’ve given up on finding an actual driver, so I want to set it up using ndiswrapper. Download this driver if you reside in the US. I’ve been trying to install this wireless device for a while with no luck I downloaded the exe and fallowed the Link Benoit posted.
Among the trouble is that of installing support for my wireless WiFi card internal “Dell Wireless Draft Benoit, I have the same model of laptop and I can confirm this is a bug in Feisty.
Check here for more detailed information on my problem: ChaosCode chaoscode said on None Link to a FAQ.
I limux this is how you guys learn, isn’t it? Benoit Malet benoit-malet said on Thank you for your support. Any help would be greatly appreciated. That’ll make a perfect system!
Then I installed the latest version of ndiswrapper: It’s a broadcom chipset, not sure what one, you can find chipset information by downloading the driver and extracting it Self-Extracting. Steve Schilz sschilz said on Ubuntu Edit question Assignee: To know exactly which chipset is used by your WiFi card, you can run ‘lspci’ on command line delll locate the corresponding line