HOW do I ENABLE the wireless device??
Hello and thanks in advance for any assistance!
I currently have FreeBSD (PCBSD) installed on this Laptop
This Laptop has only the one WiFi switch on "bottom left". It is turned on.
THIS Wireless NIC WAS working in PCBSD about two weeks ago until I somehow disabled it.
If I boot into Windows the WLAN led comes on before the Log IN screen appears and the device connects to my Wireless router. When I Shutdown Windows, as soon at the shutdown screen goes away the Wireless LED on the PC goes out. Reboot starts and the LED stays out.
If I boot into PC-BSD the WLAN led does NOT come on. The Wireless network indicator in the "KDE Panel system tray" shows the Wireless Network as Not Connected.
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