E1505 WIRELESS DRIVER
Why can’t I get online? You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Fn works with other Function keys and F2 still works as it should Thanks for marking this as the answer. My upgrades have never had issues. Then below that it says.
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Nothing is working, and I’m on the verge of giving up.
Dell Inspiron E1505 WiFi Wireless Card YH774
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If not, load it with sudo modprobe b If the issue persist, sireless the below method. I suggest you to run the Network adapter troubleshooter and check if it fixes the issue.
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Getting Wireless to Work, Dell Inspiron E (bcm) – Ask Ubuntu
I’ve followed the steps outlined on the following sites: Now, I upgraded to Windows 10 when it came out last year, everything was great, not an issue. Then below that it says.
How to Turn on Wireless on the Inspiron E1505
Why can’t I get online? Seems like all you need is sudo apt-get install firmware-binstaller bfwcutter to install the driver, and reboot. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.
About to lose my mind here, if someone can please help I will be eternally grateful. This thread is locked.
Refer to the below link to wireess the drivers in Windows As a Linux newbie I can only imagine I’m missing something stupidly obvious. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Unplugged ethernet, rebooted — nothing. Follow the steps given below: You may try to check if there are any latest updates the network adapter drivers in Windows Install and Update drivers in Windows