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The following got my card working: Installing Broadcom Wireless Drivers 47 answers. The system listed it as “device not ready missing firmware “.
I have an older Gateway laptop with a Broadcom card.
This question already has an answer here: Was you connected to network when you installed firmware-binstalleror just get the. My first try was firmware-binstaller but after configuration a the installer sent a message saying that an unsupported B43 device was found.
I had this same problem on a Dell Latitude D Not sure how to report this issue, but I think it’s a problem with the firmware installer package. I had the same problem the packages were installed successfully but the card didn’t work. Wireless started working right away. If you are still being prompted for entering your password make sure that you have enabled your pc to remember the password.
It turned out it had been blacklisted. The following got my card working:. Then I’ve removed firmware-binstaller and installed firmware-b43legacy-installer.
How do you get the Broadcom BCM wireless card working? – Ask Ubuntu
Editing one file and rebooting solved the issue. It said vcm5705m drivers installed. Intel card works perfectly without any configuration. This works without any additional drivers. Now it will attempt to connect to the wireless network and asks for the WPA2 password. After trying several times to install the broxdcom I found an Intel card and replaced it. I would perhaps re install your drivers which should not take long Do this via a terminal and you should see if anything goes wrong.
After a bit of reading, I installed the bfwcutter and the firmware-binstaller. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. Roberto Stelling 11 1. Also have a Dell Latitude D Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I would perhaps re install your drivers which should not take long Do this via a terminal and you should see if anything goes wrong So in a terminal type broadcmo following sudo apt-get remove bfwcutter firmware-binstaller then sudo apt-get install bfwcutter firmware-binstaller This should reinstall your wifi driver Alternatively what I have done is install the other broadcom proprietry driver STA This was just as easy again via the terminal Clear out any older files sudo apt-get remove bcmwl-kernel-source sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source If you are still being prompted for entering your password make sure that you have enabled your pc to remember the password.