Download the latest version of Broadcom BCM4352 drivers according to your computer's operating system.
I have a brand new Dell XPS 15. I dual boot it with Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 14.10 The Wireless Network Adapter is Broadcom BCM4352 802.11ac with PCID [14e4:43b1] (rev 03). The 4352 is not included in the list for installation via bcmwl-kernal-source file.
I tried this anyway, but the Terminal command led to the file starting to install, but then stopping. Sometimes I get a permission denied error message.
As a result of reading and trying all advice from forums I have decided to completely reinstall Ubuntu 14.10. Hp Printers Drivers Windows 10 more. I doubt my particular Broadcom Wireless Card has no support on Ubuntu 14.10? Edit: The advice of Chili555 worked. I now have working wifi using Broadcom Wireless Adapter BCM4352 802.11ac PCID [14e4:43b1] (rev 03). I know this question is pretty old, but here's what worked for me: • Download the current STA driver from Broadcom's website. Install Ipod Driver Windows 10.
Create a new folder and move the downloaded file into it, then cd into the folder. Expannd with tar xvf. • Unload the current STA driver by running sudo modprobe -r wl. • Remove the current driver's package with sudo apt-get remove bcmwl-kernel-source. • Install the new driver by running make && sudo make install. • Load the new driver with sudo modprobe wl.
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