Hi Alan,at the moment because the laptop is not connected to the network it is very difficult to get the screen shots.I have however made progress and have a e100 driver file for ... [by alanm]
on 02/10/2010 – Made popular on 02/10/2010
All of a sudden my second nic disappeared. Only thing I did was put the motherboard in a new case. I tried to keep the cards in order in the PCI slots, but may not have. Only thing I can think of is INT went missing on bootup PCI bus scan and reconfig.
The first nic is marvel and is on the motherboard and still working, second nic is intel etherexpress (e100).
I have a one year old Fujitsu lifebook NH532 laptop running Windows 8. Recently I updated the driver for the Nvidia graphics card from version 331.82 to 335.23 WHQL and on installation the laptop screen turned black. When I turned on the computer, the screen continues to be very dark (with no brightness) even at BIOS boot time.
I downloaded the 32 bit iso, checked MD5sum, and put it onto a USB pen drive using unetbootin as I usually do. It booted up fine on my Lenovo Thinkcenter desktop. However, it did not detect my wireless NIC, bcm43. I played around with the live system and all was working fine. Then I manualy installed the wireless driver and connected to the internet via my home network.
I tried to solve everything on my own and google, etc. But now this moment can't be put off any further, and I must place this burden on your time.The original problem: I have a Dell latitude E6430 laptop connected via a docking station to an external monitor, also Dell. I want to use both screens with a desktop or two on each.
When I run ubuntu on my laptop, as a LiveCD, it connects to my home network without any issues.
The moment I do a fresh new installation on the latest Ubuntu OS, I can't connect to my home network, it recognizes it but won't connect.
If I turn my cell phone to a hotspot, it will connect flawlessly to that network and I will have access to the internet.
To my home network I have about 20+ d