I hooked up a flash drive and it’s not recognized either. The above command downloads and installs any broken dependencies on your system. If your device model is a Belkin F7D , then it seems that there should a native Linux driver somewhere: To completely get rid of ndiswrapper: There seems to be a native Linux driver should ndiswrapper not work, note the similarities here:.

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I hooked up a flash drive and it’s not recognized either.

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Linux drivers are unlikely to be on an installation disc, I’d be surprised if they are, which is why we’ll need to research your model to find the right ones. Where can I get the Linux driver you mentioned? I’m looking for Ubuntu-compatible drivers for this model of Wi-Fi adapter.

f7d21022 There’s some instructions here from that should still be in date if you’d like to compile the Linux driver instead: Try another USB port or another computer. Also, it seems to have started acting up when I switched to the newer version of the adapter. Also, your lsusb output is insufficient, is it a USB adapter?

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Faster by the terminal: Maybe I need to try the older one again. Also some laptops don’t like unpowered hubs — you may have to plug the device directly into the laptop USB port.

There seems to be a native Linux driver should ndiswrapper not work, note the similarities here:. If your device model is a Belkin F7Dthen it seems that there should a native Linux driver somewhere: Ok, I think that my USB ports may be going bad. Is that the driver? From the looks of your lsusbthere isn’t any other USB devices plugged in, just hubs? Re-open ndisgtk to refresh the status. There is an INF file in the disc called netcu.

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If it’s a PCI card or built-in, try lspci instead. Your adapter may also be the same as this fellow Ubuntu user: Nope, still not recognizing the device.

Once the adapter is present which it will state even if wireless functionality isn’t workingwe can see if it works straight away or if we’d need to blacklist a kernel driver first. There seems to be a native Linux driver should ndiswrapper not work, note the similarities here: You might be able to use the cabextract command or open the EXE as an archive to extract them out Linux drivers are unlikely to be on an installation disc, I’d be surprised if they are, which is why we’ll need to research your model to find the right ones.

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The USB ports may be disabled.

Ok, here’s the output: That’s the Windows driver. To completely get rid of ndiswrapper: There is ndiswrapper which takes in a Windows wireless driver and with a bit of luck, makes it work on the system.

Beljin might be able to use the cabextract command or open the EXE as an archive to extract them out. Bus Device If you’re referring to Windows drivers, they are usually in a folder containing an inf file. The driver won’t fix USB connectivity problems. See these instructions originally linked in first postyou will need a wired connection to download, compile and install the driver: Some manufacturers might hide them inside their installation packages.

Or the USB port may have become unsoldered.