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I haven''t used Mint in a little while, so there may be a simpler way that I simply don't remember. But a driver for that card can be found here ...
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    I haven''t used Mint in a little while, so there may be a simpler way that I simply don't remember.
    But a driver for that card can be found here. Second to the bottom, Site 2 for downloads.
    It's a .tar.gz file, so you'll need to compile it yourself. See this page for instructions.
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    Try this one.
    Code:
    dmesg |grep -i firmware
    I wonder if that modules exists. Issue this command and post the relevant parts.
    Code:
    locate rtl8192se
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    Oh yeah, that worked! Thank you jayd. And thank you tbob, even if with jayd's suggestion I managed to fix the problem

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