DELL XPS M1710 NOTEBOOK 1390 WLAN MINICARD DRIVER DETAILS:
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DELL XPS M1710 NOTEBOOK 1390 WLAN MINICARD DRIVER
From what I've heard people have been having issues with the new native drivers in Dell XPS M1710 Notebook 1390 WLAN MiniCard, I won't have a chance to test this until after the final release of Hardy, but I will be writing a how-to shortly thereafter I have a draft in the works Dell XPS M1710 Notebook 1390 WLAN MiniCard. Well, I originally did what was in this post because I was to stupid to update. It was fixed by updates. I got this to work with Hardy Beta. To be honest I don't recall which is the exact state of my working system now.
If you need that information for the guide I will gladly provide it. Although it was difficult for me, I feel like once you get your hands on Hardy it will be a simple process for someone with your linux experience.
It's easier to fix if I hose things up. Moneyless April 18th, Actually I'm using Mint 4. I don't know what that is"lo Interface doesn't support scanning.
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No such device" Also when I do "sudo modprobe ndiswrapper" nothing happens? I've followed all the steps from the How-to, but it does not work. Please go easy on me this is my first time seriously trying a Linux distro and I am a little frustrated Nothing should be output when you do the blacklist command, but that doesn't mean it didn't do anything.
If nothing is output that's good. If memory serves that's the Vista drivers which don't work.
You should use the drivers linked in the howto, or this one http: EXEwhich is the newer version of the driver linked in the how-to. So undo everything you've done and try again using that driver.
Following the how-to properly should do both of these. Would it be easier if I just re-installed Mint?
You don't need to undo absolutely everything you did. Basically just uninstall the driver and install the right one.
DELL XPS M1710 Notebook Bluetooth, Wireless LAN, WWAN Drivers and Software
Then make sure you have the right driver in the directory you're in so most likely your home directory and do: If it's still not working, copy and paste the output and what you entered and put it here in [code] tags. Moneyless April 19th, D hmbuhler April 19th, The interface you want to look at is "eth1". My "ndiswrapper -l" output looks like this: If that's not there then either you don't have this particular wireless, or something has gone wrong somewhere other than in ndiswrapper.
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If you can't see it, post the whole output up here. This package provides the driver for Dell TrueMobile WLAN, TrueMobile MPCI Card, Dual-Band WLAN MiniCard and is supported on the Inspiron Notebook, XPS Notebook, Precision and XPS M MXG Wireless // WLAN mini Card Driver and is supported on Vostro Notebook, Inspirion, Precision and XPS Notebook models.