Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Hi I have a dell inspiron which i love to bits and have recently put a new hard drive in and recovered files however the above problem keeps arising and doesn’t allow me to connect either by wireless or by ethernet. Go to Device Manager and see which drivers you may need: Double click the driver download to extract it. Upgraded to karmic and now doesn’t work anymore. If you installed a new hard drive and reinstall vista you must reinstall your drivers.
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There are only a few changes in this driver from Jaunty to Karmic. See full activity log. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
The ethernet controller worked fine on jaunty. None, the status of the bug is updated manually. This bug affects 1 person. However, if I boot karmic from the previous jaunty kernel, then it works fine. You may be missing many drivers.
Please report back here. As a first test I have backed out this suspicious change and have build some 32bit test kernels. This bug seems to be triggered by the commit below, I have emailed the upstream: Link is up at Mbps, full duplex, flow control both Let me know if you need the whole kern.
Go to Dell Support and Enter your Service tag drivers http: We employ a team from around the world. Thanks for the prompt feedback. Hi I have a dell inspiron which i love to bits and have recently put a new hard drive in and recovered files however the above problem keeps arising and doesn’t allow me to connect either by wireless or by ethernet.
How satisfied are you with this response? If you could test this updated kernel for us and report back here that would be helpful. Andy Whitcroft apw wrote on Thanks for marking this as the answer. Marvell Technology Group Ltd.
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Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara on It is a software utility that will find the right driver for you – automatically. If you could test that kernel and let me know if that works for you.
Follow the directions on pcii installation program screen. This thread is locked. I have the same question Had a conversation with Stephen on this bug and he came back with an updated patch.
To post a comment you must log in. We appear to have 2. It works OK too: That new test kernel works fine: Passed that back to upstream and will track that patch so it gets into our tree.
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