The driver suddenly stopped detecting my WiFi network. But it is showing other networks available. Also, I haven't done any updates done at that moment.
I have spent almost 10 hrs googling before posting this question. I am really tired. Still I don't want to loose Ubuntu experience.
- My Laptop setup: Lenovo G580
- Wireless card: BCM 4313
- Linux Kernel: 188.8.131.52
- Ubuntu: 12.04.3 LTS
Things I tried so far:
I was already using a downgraded bcmwl kernel, source bcmwl 184.108.40.206. When this problem came up. I purged it and tried to re-install. Then I got a problem with the module. I then installed 220.127.116.11 headers as suggested in Ubuntu forum, but it didn't work. So I can't re-install.
Trying to use the bcwml 18.104.22.168+bdcom-0ubuntu0.0.2, but that didn't work.
Firmware, sta common, sta source tried. No result.
lwlist scan. That kind of stuff. But it does not detect my network.
Can somebody give me a precise method to get my WiFi network back?
It is working fine with Windows 7. So this isn't a problem with my router.