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Dell Inspiron E1505 WiFi Wireless Card YH774
Fn works with other Function keys and F2 still works as it should Follow the steps given below: Wirelesd on Advanced on the Network adapter dialog box and click on Run as administrator Enter the credentials if required. Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community.
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Needless to say, you’ll need a wired connection for the command to work, ee1505 in case there are any errors, post them. How satisfied are you with this reply? This thread is locked. Reboot, and if all goes well, the wireless should work. Thank you for your interest in this question. Click on Network adapter. Kindly follow the below methods and check if it helps.
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I have the same question 0. Please run lspci -vvnn -d 14e4: The only issue that I have ever had with this “old” machine is that my speakers burst for some time now and s1505 I have to use earphones all the time.
This week however, my wifi options stopped showing, and only airplane mode was there. Seems like all you need is sudo apt-get install firmware-binstaller bfwcutter to install the driver, and reboot.
Sorry this didn’t help. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. You may try to check if there are any latest updates the network adapter drivers in Windows As a Linux newbie I can only imagine I’m missing something stupidly obvious.
If not, load it with sudo modprobe b I can’t get it to work.