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Put a new SSD in my old Dell Inspiron 3520, and although my wireless connected just fine from the version of Loki on the USB stick and appeared to install everything perfectly, when I reboot I have no wireless access or even detection of a card by network settings. When I plug in an ethernet cable it says I'm connected, but it can't identify an access point and I can't get online. But lspci shows both the wireless (Broadcom BCM43142) and ethernet cards. What's going on?

Put a new SSD in my old Dell Inspiron 3520, and although my wireless connected just fine from the version of Loki on the USB stick and appeared to install everything perfectly, when I reboot I have no wireless access or even detection of a card by network settings. When I plug in an ethernet cable it says I'm connected, but it can't identify an access point and I can't get online. But lspci shows both the wireless and ethernet cards. What's going on?

Put a new SSD in my old Dell Inspiron 3520, and although my wireless connected just fine from the version of Loki on the USB stick and appeared to install everything perfectly, when I reboot I have no wireless access or even detection of a card by network settings. When I plug in an ethernet cable it says I'm connected, but it can't identify an access point and I can't get online. But lspci shows both the wireless (Broadcom BCM43142) and ethernet cards. What's going on?

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no internet after new installation

Put a new SSD in my old Dell Inspiron 3520, and although my wireless connected just fine from the version of Loki on the USB stick and appeared to install everything perfectly, when I reboot I have no wireless access or even detection of a card by network settings. When I plug in an ethernet cable it says I'm connected, but it can't identify an access point and I can't get online. But lspci shows both the wireless and ethernet cards. What's going on?