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    Did you try it as
    Code:
    sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart
    ?

    Also, the last bit is just so you don't have to restart the machine. But you can just as easily restart, once you've blacklisted the b43 module.

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    Sorry, my internet dropped for a while. I tried it as network and networking. I still haven't been able to get a connection on the Ubuntu machine. I am going to re-boot now just to see if it helps. I have started up another computer so I don't have to keep switching hard drives.

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    I still can't connect. You mentioned something about trying the b43?

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    Let's try an easier method. Since this is Ubuntu, open this program.

    System-->Administration-->Hardware Drivers

    Hopefully there will be at least one wireless driver available. Enable it, and see if it works.
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    I have an NVIDIA (Not in use) and "wl" (In Use).

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