RX message 3 of 4-Way Handshake from A quick google search turns up nothing for Broadcom rev 3 cards except this thread which leads me to believe that they are fairly new, and, as such, are probably not supported too well yet. Show 75 post s from this thread on one page Page 22 of 27 First I was trying to see if this can fix my major problem. I have a gateway mx with the same broadcom chipset described in the guide. The time now is
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Does anyone have an idea on how I can fix this? I just reformated again to try and start over. I’m not getting groadcom to work This is a fantastic thread. Holy its working! My ndiswrapper problem appears to be partially installed or something so that the remove thinks its not there and the install thinks its already there??
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I have a BCM wireless card, and I used this guide to set up wireless with ndiswrapper. Any help would be so appreciated!!! But apparently can do nothing with it. When I start my computer, it says its already connected to the wireless network in my house. Originally Posted by compwiz So I booted the computer and iwconfig could not find any wireless adapters. This bcm can be fussy sometimes; ,and I’m glad I found this thread to get wireless. I am able to get the wireless card to see the various access points.
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You can uninstall it and try something else – it shouldn’t of broken anything though: Acfr, worked for me on Feisty 7. Now I am running 54mbps instead of 11mbps.
My suggestion would be to check and make sure that there are networks actually in range ie sit next to the wireless access point.
Good luck charms available on the West Coast? It conflicts with the bcm43xx driver if I remember, and make sure that the ndiswrapper module isn’t loaded. No APs found – clear blacklist and try again Aug 3 However, I’ve got the sinking sensation that Asspire going to be hanging around for quite some time.
Broadcom Wireless Broadom Printable View. That worked and I am now posting from Ubuntu over my wireless connection. So I run the procedure again, and boot again, and run it again and so forth but the results are the same: Line 15 doesn’t return what it should. I used the easier method and the native driver on my laptop.
He asked to be moved off of XP and onto Ubuntu. One hundred and sixty-five pages of instructions and comments and questions on installing just one chipset on just one card under just one Ubuntu release! Every time I boot the T20 it comes up without WiFi but when I enter sudo modprobe bcm43xx it comes back, even though it doesn’t broadocm.
I took the whole family out for ice cream to celebrate. What can I do? Do I need to do the steps 1 to 7 and then in addition do all steps in 8? I must have messed something up with the last ndiswrapper install attempt I did. And welcome to Ubuntu! Guess Ill do it again and see what happens. I tried to use ndiswrapper, but can’t get it working.