Did you make any recent changes to the router? The fix worked, and I was able to “connect” to my wireless network, however even after “connecting to it” entering wireless password and keyring password I was still unable to access the internet. September 2nd, Followed suggestions of http: Join the Conversation Add a Comment.
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[SOLVED] Dell WLAN mini-card Ubuntu
Reboot again after loading the new driver, just to make sure you are starting from a good base. I ran that and the hardware wireless mini card was found to be OK. That way you make sure to get one that isn’t corrupted. Copyright – September 1st, 3.
SOLVED: Dell wireless 1390 WLAN Mini Card cannot connect to a wireless network
This comment has been rated as unhelpful by Slickdeals nini. Next to the Dell Inspiron E is a Dell latitude having an Intel wireless card which can connect to the wireless network.
You might need to install drivers. If it doesnt work but linux sees it, it might now work with all distros then its likely the card is dead.
Dell Wireless 1390 (DW1390)
Recently with Broadcom wifi cards and Ubuntu, I just run “sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source” when wired to install the driver. Log back in, and the driver should reinstall.
Join Wlna Apr Beans 2, Add a Comment Reply. Checked each property at http: Last Jump to page: Originally Posted by aoeuis. Thanks, everyone, for your help. Updated the drivers which did not help so removed and reinstalled the drivers, but that too did not help.
For more info, search for “dell linux”. It cannot detect any wireless network at all. Auto-ethernet though usb 2.
If not, also blow away the driver for the 57xx Gigabit ethernet controller, reboot, and reinstall that one too. Join the Conversation Add a Comment. I dunno if that’s the driver for your card, but it couldn’t hurt. Latest from the Slickdeals Blog.
See if that fixes it for you.