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    My fault there... I forgot to ask for one other...

    My fault there... I forgot to ask for one other thing.
    lsusb
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    No errors for the modprobe, and nothing ugly...

    No errors for the modprobe, and nothing ugly showing up in dmesg. That's a good thing.
    While booted to the new kernel, execute these commands:

    lspci -vnn
    ifconfig -a
    iwlist wlan0 scan

    There...
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    Hi there! Follow Mikes' steps first, but also...

    Hi there!

    Follow Mikes' steps first, but also do this.
    If the modprobe doesn't work for you, reboot once more into the 3.0 kernel, and use this command:

    dmesg | grep firmware

    Post back any...
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