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Like you I had problems both with the wireless card and establishing the connection. I have a Broadcom B4312 card and followed all the related threads with no success for ...
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    Like you I had problems both with the wireless card and establishing the connection. I have a Broadcom B4312 card and followed all the related threads with no success for about 9 months. I believe that there is no single simple solution and you need to find the solution that works for your particular set up. In my case I think the more solutions I tried the worse it got.

    After a problem in 10.10 I reinstalled the system and avoided downloading the additional drivers and the other suggested solutions. With a clean installation mmediately the wireless card worked. I then removed Network Manager and installed wicd got the connections set up as well.

    It worked for me but it may well not work for everyone.

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    I think you have missed something while installing your wireless connection with your Ubuntu. Or might be their problem with the incompatibility of wifeless card with your Ubuntu. you need to re install your software and then go to the network Manager and safe your current setting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furgosun View Post
    might be their problem with the incompatibility of wifeless card with your Ubuntu.
    You mean it works better if you have a wife?
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