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Try adding pio=1 qos=0 on modprobe file by sudo touch /etc/modprobe.d/b43.conf echo "options b43 pio=1 qos=0" | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/b43.conf reboot or reload b43 driver


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This did not work for me and my 15" Macbook Pro 2013. I had a bad ethernet cord, so solving this took 10x as long. Running the Updates in AppCenter seems to be working. Click on the Broadcom Driver. Yes it worked after reboot. I have WiFi icon showing. Get Wired Connection and Run the Updates FIRST. Then install the bcmwl-kernel-source Drivers (you have ...


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