If that fails you could try searching on the Intel. I even changed to see if it would work, but it didn’t so I have changed back to alsa. This is the instructions from that post: Click close to come back to the volume control. Do you have a speaker icon in your panel?
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However I can connect to the network if wired, wireless is not working.
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Here’s a temporary solution for that. Since you are dual booting, find out what chip you have by going to the Device Manager in Windows.
Download the firmware from “http: However, by reading through it I have come to the conclusion that wireless is working fine in another version of the kernel 2. If your headphones are plugged in, you should be getting the audio from the headphones now; the volume is adjusted through the Surround 493g0 bar.
I wouldn’t upgrade to Intrepid kernel 2. If you create it, then you must reboot to try your sound again. With wireless I’ve had to use my fix as detailed in that post even for Intrepid.
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It has a as;ire button which works fine. Selected rate control algorithm ‘iwl-agn-rs’ [ So how to let linux kernel pick up it at boot? The drivers B43 look as if they’re installed but as soon as I pull the ethernet cable out the PC complains so installed as per post.
My sound card does not work either. If that fails you could try searching on the Intel. I managed to make wlan0 to show up finally. Do you have a speaker icon in your panel?
Here are some ideas: I’m currently on vista because i can’t get a wired connection now. It has a button to wireles and off wireless but the button is not working and the LED is also not lighting up. After boot with a 2. Even with a headset plugged in sound comes from the speakers.
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Will post results when I finish. Thanks for all the help guys.
If you have not already tried it, open a terminal and type: I did the update and by default the ALSA driver was working. And today, there wirelesz some beta package updates. The file that you’ve just installed in the graphical front end for ndiswrapper. Seems that the kernel isn’t still up to date with the hardware probably or there might be some other problem. Unknown device That’d do the trick. If you get no output, then your hardware is not being picked up at boot.
Thanks for taking the time to help. This explains how to get the firmware update, but it is for the Fedora kernel 2. How do you compile kernel?
For the wireless, it is shown as an unkown device. Now the kernel keep complaining: