For more information about installation instruction, see this link. Very few issues other than installing the broadcom-wl package. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: I don’t know what could be wrong other than that the bcm43xx module is not recognizing the device. Email required Address never made public.
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I made sure to check off the enabled in the Hardware Drivers Managers though. Open command prompt cmd.
Installing Ubuntu (Hardy Heron) in a Dell XPS M | The German Component
Kudos for the hints. Mic quality good with 1. I’m having a bit of trouble getting wireless working in Hardy.
The Broadcom hybrid driver is now easier – just use YaST to install the broadcom-wl package for your architecture and kernel.
Finally, you could apt-get remove –purge ndiswrapper, compile ndiswrapper from source and try again. Retrieved from ” https: Dual Head mode to VGA-out works. Bottom of screen was missing about centimeter from bottom of actual screen edge in You can use ndiswrapper if you really want, but it’s a lot better to use a native driver when there’s one available. An earphone terminal does not work normally, but there is no problem after employed the latest driver.
C Standby 7 Modem requires nongpl driver slamr. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. C Standby does not work.
As far as i know b43 has not yet implented this card. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Also you could try a few different versions of the Bcj4310 driver; it’s been my experience that sometimes ndiswrapper doesn’t work simply because it doesn’t like the driver that it’s wrapping around, but trying a different one makes it work.
Default radeon drivers work well.
BCM4310 usb Controller using Dell xps m1530
A Using NVidia proprietary driver. Screen brightness Fn keys worked out of box. A Using Nvidia proprietary driver.
No external monitor support either. Your device needs either ndiswrapper and a Windows driver, or the Broadcom hybrid driver. I think it’s just the matter of finding a right driver for ndiswrapper, and we haven’t nailed it yet.
Open A terminal and ran these codes: