|EDITTTTT: Fixed my problem! Problem was that the wireless card was set to turn off on system shutdown. Fixed problem by: going into Device Manager on Windows, clicking proporties on my wireless card, going to Power management, and deselecting (turned off) the option to preserve power by turning off the device. I no longer need support.|
test... am not going to be bothered to type my whole question to have it deleted...
experiencing website problems.
EDIT:... I works... I don't know how... Will be posting Question soon.
I am dual-booting Ubuntu 9.10 on my netbook. (NOT Netbook Remix) It does not recognize my wireless card which is the Dell Wireless™ 1510 802.11a/g/n Draft Mini Card card. When I run the lspci command in the terminal the last result SEEMS to say that it is using: Broadcom Corporation BCM4322 802.11a/b/g/n Wireless LAN controller. Using an Ethernet cable, I can connect the netbook to my router at home, yet this is not an option for school.
I am new to Ubuntu.