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.
Hello, I purchased a BCM43222 mini-PCI card cheap on Ebay to replace an Atheros card in my mother's computer that was losing connection, a lot.
The seller did warn that the card didn't work on Linux in the item description, but I figured that wouldn't apply to Ubuntu because Ubuntu has always for other Broadcom systems just offered me the proprietary Broadcom-STA driver and "just worked&qu
@kunjilamascillamaniDidn't saw the information was already there: "[...]BCM4313 802.11b/g/n Wireless[...]"Now, this Broadcom wireless card is fairly common, in fact it's the one that's shipped with my laptop and it works fine there.There could be a lot of reasons that are breaking your wireless connection so let's try to narrow them down:1.
I am new to Ubuntu and want to get my graphics card and wireless connection up an running. When I do system-admin-hardware drivers it gives me the option of a number of different drivers and I wanted to know which ones to install. I wasn't sure whether I needed to install all of them or not and whether wrongly installing one might cause me more trouble in the future...
I know this doesn't help you whatsoever, but this card works great for me. But I have been sticking with the v5 broadcom wl module. I honestly don't know if v5 works better than v6, but v6 seems to obscure quite a bit of info with this particular model. If you want to modify the PKGBUILD just a bit for the broadcom-wl package, you can use these sources instead.
I have been assigned to use a new CPU on my work, they use wireless only network and gave me an old Broadcom NIC 03:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4321 802.11a/b/g/n (rev 03)I can use any OS that I want (arch) but when I boot the iso, it doesn't seem to use the card.