In this tutorial, i am going to show you how to fix no wifi adapter found in linux ubuntu system using command line or terminal.
Ubuntu No Wi-Fi Adapter Found
Follow the below given steps to fix or resolve no wifi adapter found issue from linux ubuntu system using command line or terminal:
- Step 1 – Start Terminal
- Step 2 – Remove Existing Broadcom Drivers
- Step 3 – Install Broadcom Wireless Drivers
- Step 4 – Restart System
Step 1 – Start Terminal
Start the terminal or command line by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T.
Step 2 – Remove Existing Broadcom Drivers
Ru the following command on terminal to remove existing Broadcom drivers from linux ubuntu system:
sudo apt remove broadcom-sta-dkms bcmwl-kernel-source
Step 3 – Install Broadcom Wireless Drivers
Run the following command on terminal to install Broadcom wireless drivers in Linux ubuntu system:
sudo apt install firmware-b43-installer
Step 4 – Restart System
Finally restart linux ubuntu system.
Once the above-given steps are complete, we will notice that the Wi-Fi adapter is now working properly, and the “No Wi-Fi adapter found” issue is fixed successfully.
In this tutorial, i have shown to you a simple and easy way to fix or resolve the wifi adapter issues.