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Network Devices Supported OS: These files were all I needed to get my wi-fi working again. This package supports the following driver models: We were wondering if this is still an issue? Results 1—2 of 2 1. Rolling back to Ubuntu 9.

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Try the Automatic Driver Update Utilityor you can request a driver and vsta will find it for you. I’m on a Lenovo N laptop, with the same bcm wireless chip.

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After you have found the right driver for your device and operating system, follow these simple instructions to install it. How to Install Drivers After you have found the right driver for your device and operating system, visga these simple instructions to install it. I used Kernel 2. Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on The wireless card is still not showing up in ifconfig.


Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. Luis Manuel luismanuel wrote on Is vistz anything I can do to help get this working in Karmic before the release?! Click here to review our site terms of use.

You should still have access to an Ethernet jack to get you online. Updated the kernel to 2.

Broadcom BCM4312 Drivers Download

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Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Paste in the two sets of instructions – they will “git clone” the fwcutter and then download and install vroadcom firmware. Disconnect the device from your computer.

The system has not changed, I’m still running 9. I’m having the same issue, which started after I did an automatic update in Ubuntu Jaunty 8.

Bug # “Broadcom bcm wireless not detected at all” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu

Brijam brian-opensourcery wrote on If I disable wireless from network manager, and enable it back. Now the network card doesn’t show up in the Gnome network-manager or ifconfig. Can you actually retest with the latest Karmic Beta release?


We were wondering if this is still an issue?

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Comparing your lshw and mine, the only real difference is the bus id. Mir Tanvir Hossain tanvir-mirtanvir wrote on Network Devices Supported Gista Pointed my Device Manager “Update Driver” to the expanded folder. Glad that CNET has a clean, working driver. Broadcom bcm wireless adapter is never detected at all with b43 or b43legacy drivers. This workaround fixed the problem for me: ISO images are available at http: