Can it connect to a unsecured wireless network? Join the Conversation Add a Comment. Join Date Apr Beans 2, Copyright – Reboot again after loading the new driver, just to make sure you are starting from a good base. You might need to install drivers.
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Results 1 to 10 of Copyright – September 2nd, 8. Enjoy an ad free experience by logging in. I would try booting to a live linux CD to see if it works in linux.
Bug # “Broadcom Corporation Dell Wireless WLAN Mini-P” : Bugs : hal package : Ubuntu
Roberts 53 1 2 6. September 1st, 3. Next to the Dell Inspiron E is a Dell latitude having an Intel wireless card which can connect to the wireless network. Results 1 to 10 of For more info, search for “dell linux”. Find the answer to your Linux question: I have a dell laptop with at dell wireless wlan mini-card driver, when I installed Ubuntu side by side with Win7 I assume it was missing a wireless driver since that’s what it said.
Broadcom Corporation physical id: Join Date Aug Beans If it works in Linux you know you have a driver or windows problem, probably.
Tags for this Thread Please follow this link and post the requested information. The fix worked, and I was able to “connect” to my wireless network, however even after “connecting to it” entering wireless password and keyring password I was still unable to access the internet.
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If it doesnt work but linux sees it, it might now work with all distros then its likely the card is dead. September 1st, 6.
Broadcom Corporation Dell Wireless 1390
Reboot again after loading the new driver, just to make sure you are kbuntu from a good base. Join the Conversation Add a Comment. See if that fixes it for you. Last Jump to page: I was just trying to post a “quick reply” so I don’t know what that means.
SOLVED: Dell wireless 1390 WLAN Mini Card cannot connect to a wireless network
IF it doesn’t, download a new one from Dell, and install it. Go to “Services” tab. OK, I’ll do just that.
Also, when the computer boots there is a message “Notification dll has not been registered program will not work correctly” Followed dfll suggestions at http: Hello, My Name is Mike! Log back in, and the driver should reinstall.
But I still don’t see my Wireless connection. Might be the easiest especially when you factor in your time. Did you make any recent changes to the router?