Unfortunately, the wireless card is off whenever I reboot, so I created a script with the above two modprobe commands to execute whenever I reboot. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. This guy knows his stuff. In this case, the revision version is rev 03 as shown inside the Parentheses Open Synaptic and use bfwcutter and firmware-blpphy-installer instead of bcmwl-kernel-source or any other.

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Forced PIO do the following: I’ll get another test kernel to uubntu as soon as I can. And add the headers dependency, you could remove them afterwards–and surely you’d have to rebuild the module upon kernel change.

Broadcom 43xx wireless devices

Unfortunately the result is the same. I tried rfkill list: This will install all packages in that folder. So, how to let the system detect my card is the key, before I can go through the other steps. Please send me the second one Debian 9 “stretch” deb http: The point of Ask Ubuntu is to collect answers, not links to answers. Then in a terminal, execute: This was from the site http: My version of initramfs-tools has re-upgraded itself to the new version because update-manager doesn’t honour Synaptic’s “lock package version” and when I install new kernels I don’t get this problem anymore.


When that happens, first check if your card is indeed supported by the STA driver, and to do that, open a terminal window ctrl-alt-t and run lspci -nn grep -i BCM The output will include the wireless card model, make sure it is among the models listed below.

Instructions from comment 52 helps temporary. The time now is Open a terminal window ctrl-alt-tand run sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source You may need to reboot at this point. Your Wi-Fi should work as intended. Step 3 was a key step for me.

Download package and dependency packages related to it on the same folder. In the case where either the blacklist.

First I uninstalled bcmwl-kernel-source Then installed firmware-binstaller and bfwcutter which rebuilt the wifi drivers. Make sure your wireless adapter is not disabled.

I can reinstall the system from scratch if you think it is the best way to go from here.

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Remove everything of STA that you have sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source broadcom-sta-common broadcom-sta-source Install that again manually: I always recommend removing and reinstalling the broadcom drivers using your terminal In a terminal type the following command sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source then sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source This will then rebuild your driver. Broadcom First, then other a1g. Once solved, the solution will be added to this howto.


I think I loaded the drivers correctly but i’m not entirely sure. Having a problem logging in? Click on it then select Edit Settings.

Wireless Broadcom network card not detected by Hardy

I tried Rocko’s suggestion, but it didn’t helped me. If you have just installed Ubuntu, you will need to build an index of available broadcoj before we can install your driver if you have not done so already:.

The description below has been applied to the STA driver but has been written before this.

Now using the PCI. Wireless LAN Soft blocked: Unfortunatelly it doesn’t work for me.

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