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A while back (and for some time) I used this forum post at UbuntuForums.org to get the Broadcom wireless on my Dell Inspiron 1521 working properly. Now, a better method has been made available here and I want to clean out the junk left by my attempt at using the old NDISwrapper method.

I'm thinking i need to remove the last line of /etc/modules and /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist ... There's probably more though, like sudo make uninstall (ndiswrapper).

Any thoughts?

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Check out this website Unstall NDISwrapper. The main thing to make sure is the ndiswrapper module is not loading at boot and the /etc/ndiswrapper directory if clean or removed.

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Thanks so much! I'll be trying it out ASAP, as it's not my main computer, I'm not on it very often. – blong Jan 20 '12 at 21:40

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