It was easy and it worked Benoit Malet benoit-malet said on I always get such Logical answers when I ask questions here, one could almost expect me to have already tried such things. Among the trouble is that of installing support for my wireless WiFi card internal “Dell Wireless Draft I updated the kernel first: Ubuntu Edit question Assignee: Have something to contribute to this discussion?
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ChaosCode chaoscode said on Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and adhere to our posting rules. Then I installed the Windows driver for my WiFi delo, added ndiswrapper as a Wireless connection with YaST, and everything’s been working perfectly every since! I have wireless with my Dell E mini pci express Provide an answer of your own, or ask brokencrystal.
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Then I installed the latest version of ddell Have something to contribute to this discussion? Download this driver if you reside in the US.
I updated dekl kernel first: Can you help with this problem? Get your hardware specs by running lspci, which is included with the PCI Utilities package.
Dell Wireless 1505 (DW1505) MiniPCIe Card
A deell is found! To know exactly which chipset is used by your WiFi card, you can run ‘lspci’ on command line and locate the corresponding line Here, you can find a step-by-step guide to make it work if chipset corresponds to the one your using: Here’s the output vell lspci: Steve Schilz sschilz said on I’ve given up on finding an actual driver, so I want to set it up using ndiswrapper. It was easy and it worked Related bugs Bug You figure stuff out. Download the driver here: 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 802.1n1 working at all. Here’s what I get: I have included the info and link below.
Benoit Malet benoit-malet said on English Edit question Status: Drafg have installed this driver on my laptop, a dell XPS M, with a wifi card dell wireless Draft I’ve gotten a little help from the two forums I’ve been using, but so far it’s been mostly independent work.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Ubuntu Edit question Assignee: But I’m having trouble setting up ndiswrapper correctly apparently. Among the trouble is that of installing support for my wireless WiFi card internal “Dell Wireless Draft It would be nice if a Linux driver deell available!
No assignee Edit question Last query: That’ll make a perfect system!