Will this work ok does anyone know? I really want to try Suse 11.2 but my Dell inspiron 1420 is all I have for this use right now.
I did a search and didn't find this.
on 01/04/2010 – Made popular on 01/04/2010
I have a Dell Inspiron 1420 with Linux Mint 13 on it (Ubuntu 12.11 I think). I have two sticks of RAM 1GB each. Today, I have changed one for a 2GB one. On boot, BIOS noticed RAM change and redirect me to BIOS setup - to change settings so system knows RAM has changed. Couldn't find out how to do it so resume normal boot.
Please help I have a dell 1390 WLAN minicard made by broadcom that I can't get to work.I don't knw what else to try this problem had detated me from 14 other LInux distros so far the only ones that I found to work are Slax and Lucid Puppy 5.1.1.I really like !# and want to use it please help before i loose my mind LOL.Also will !# worrk the same way (with presistance save and load) that
I originally installed Ubuntu 8.10 on my laptop...It was buggy, freezing up quite often. After a little homework, I found it was the ACPI, so I installed 8.10 with no ACPI...that fixed it temporarily, but I eventually took the time to do a custom kernel, w...
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I cannot get the wireless card on a Dell Inspiron 14 to work. I am using SUSE 11.2 16 bit OS, which does not recognize the wireless card. The card is Dell 1397 mini card with a chipset BCM4315 - a broadcom wireless chip.
I would appreciate a link to a driver and firmware for the card or, if I need to use ndiswrapper a link to the appropriate 16 bit windows driver.