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There is a workaround... Use old version of kernels in 14.04. Get three 3.9-11.xxx kernels from http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.9.11-saucy/ files to download for 64-bit system: linux-headers-3.9.11-030911-generic_3.9.11-030911.201307202035_amd64.deb linux-headers-3.9.11-030911_3.9.11-030911.201307202035_all.deb ...


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Please temporarily connect the ethernet and with a working connection, do: sudo apt-get install linux-firmware-nonfree Reboot. If it is not working, post the entirety of the wireless script again.


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Have you tried opening "Additional Drivers" to see if there was a non-free driver available? If so try enabling that. I know this has worked for me on friends' laptops with Broadcom wireless cards before but I'm not sure if any of them had the same model you have. It's worth a shot, though. If that doesn't work I would just stick with 12.04 for the time ...


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Please do: sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install linux-firmware-nonfree Reboot


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Install ubuntu on windows 8 with intel smart response For anyone else having this problem this was the final step that made the installation work. I had to find the intel gui and disable the acceleration. The installation still did not recognize that I had an OS installed, but it could find my hard drive and everything worked fine after that, because I ...


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If sound is working via headphones but not via speakers, but you have the drivers, it's probably not working because the sound is outputting to the headphone audio port instead of the speakers. Go into settings and make sure the built in speakers instead of the headphones/port is selected. If that doesn't help, look here: Unexpectedly lost speaker output. ...



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