connor2 wrote:i've been trying to get wireless working on linux mint to no avail so i'm going to try an old windows c.d
i've put a windows c.d in the tray. how do i boot from it ? there appears to be no options i can find. i presume it's one of the f number keys. google isn't much use either.
connor2 wrote:i did try the help forum. i even went so far as to carry my weighs a tonne computer and monitor to an ethernet port to download every update and wireless driver. lugged it all the way back and it still won't work. it's o.k though from what i understand even the geekiest of geeks can't get broadcom working on linux so i don't mind. as for old windows c.d i meant x.p.
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