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I think this is more related to your card - this laptop is fairly old from the research I did on it (~2006-2008?) and it probably shipped with a Dell Wireless card, which Dell does a lot of the time on consumer models. I wouldn't be surprised if this is a chipset problem.
 
My advice would be to replace the factory wireless card and try your luck from there (Intel is recommended). A lot of Dell's first party wireless cards are nothing but trouble outside of Windows, even if a good chipset vendor is used (My DW 1506/AR9485 seems to be the exception to the rule). Your laptop is old enough to be from the time period when Dell used Broadcom, so I would run "lspci -nn" and make sure you are right about this being an Atheros/QCA card. Judging from my research on [https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=category&id=141&subid=187&refine=wifi+card|Parts People] a lot of the Dell branded cards are Broadcom.
My advice would be to replace the factory wireless card and try your luck from there (Intel is recommended). A lot of Dell's first party wireless cards are nothing but trouble outside of Windows, even if a good chipset vendor is used (My DW 1506/AR9485 seems to be the exception to the rule). Your laptop is old enough to be from the time period when Dell used Broadcom, so I would run "lspci -nn" and make sure you are right about this being an Atheros/QCA card. Judging from my research on [https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=category&id=141&subid=187&refine=wifi+card|Parts People] a lot of the Dell branded cards are Broadcom.

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I think this is more related to your card - this laptop is fairly old from the research I did on it (~2006-2008?) and it probably shipped with a Dell Wireless card, which Dell does a lot of the time on consumer models. I wouldn't be surprised if this is a chipset problem.
I think this is more related to your card - this laptop is fairly old from the research I did on it (~2006-2008?) and it probably shipped with a Dell Wireless card, which Dell does a lot of the time on consumer models. I wouldn't be surprised if this is a chipset problem.
 
My advice would be to replace the factory wireless card and try your luck from there (Intel is recommended). A lot of Dell's first party wireless cards are nothing but trouble outside of Windows, even if a good chipset vendor is used (My DW 1506/AR9485 seems to be the exception to the rule). Your laptop is old enough to be from the time period when Dell used Broadcom, so I would run "lspci -nn" and make sure you are right about this being an Atheros/QCA card.

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I think this is more related to your card - this laptop is fairly old from the research I did on it (~2006-2008?) and it probably shipped with a Dell Wireless card, which Dell does a lot of the time on consumer models.
 
My advice would be to replace the factory wireless card and try your luck from there (Intel is recommended). A lot of Dell's first party wireless cards are nothing but trouble outside of Windows, even if a good chipset vendor is used (My DW 1506/AR9485)1506/AR9485 seems to be the exception to the rule). Your laptop is old enough to be from the time period when Dell used Broadcom, so I would run "lspci -nn" and make sure you are right about this being an Atheros/QCA card.
My advice would be to replace the factory wireless card and try your luck from there (Intel is recommended). A lot of Dell's first party wireless cards are nothing but trouble outside of Windows, even if a good chipset vendor is used (My DW 1506/AR9485)1506/AR9485 seems to be the exception to the rule). Your laptop is old enough to be from the time period when Dell used Broadcom, so I would run "lspci -nn" and make sure you are right about this being an Atheros/QCA card.

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I think this is more related to your card - this laptop is fairly old from the research I did on it (~2008~2006-2008?) and it probably shipped with a Dell Wireless card, which Dell does a lot of the time on consumer models.
I think this is more related to your card - this laptop is fairly old from the research I did on it (~2008~2006-2008?) and it probably shipped with a Dell Wireless card, which Dell does a lot of the time on consumer models.
 
My advice would be to replace the factory wireless card and try your luck from there (Intel is recommended). A lot of Dell's first party wireless cards are nothing but trouble outside of Windows, even if a good chipset vendor is used (My DW 1506/AR9485) seems to be the exception to the rule). Your laptop is old enough to be from the time period when Dell used Broadcom, so I would run "lspci -nn" and make sure you are right about this being an Atheros/QCA card.

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I think this is more related to your card - this laptop is fairly old from the research I did on it (~2008?) and it probably shipped with a Dell Wireless card, which Dell does a lot of the time on consumer models.
 
My advice would be to replace the factory wireless card and try your luck from there (Intel is recommended). A lot of Dell's first party wireless cards are nothing but trouble outside of Windows, even if a good chipset vendor is usedused (My DW 1506/AR9485) seems to be the exception to the rule). Your laptop is old enough to be from the time period when Dell used Broadcom, so I would run "lspci -nn" and make sure you are right about this being an Atheros/QCA card.
My advice would be to replace the factory wireless card and try your luck from there (Intel is recommended). A lot of Dell's first party wireless cards are nothing but trouble outside of Windows, even if a good chipset vendor is usedused (My DW 1506/AR9485) seems to be the exception to the rule). Your laptop is old enough to be from the time period when Dell used Broadcom, so I would run "lspci -nn" and make sure you are right about this being an Atheros/QCA card.

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I think this is more related to your card - this laptop is fairly old from the research I did on it (~2008?) and it probably shipped with a Dell Wireless card, which Dell does a lot of the time on consumer models.
 
My advice would be to replace the factory wireless card and try your luck from therethere (Intel is recommended). A lot of Dell's first party wireless cards are nothing but trouble outside of Windows, even if a good chipset vendor is used. Your laptop is old enough to be from the time period when Dell used Broadcom, so I would run "lspci -nn" and make sure you are right about this being an Atheros/QCA card.
My advice would be to replace the factory wireless card and try your luck from therethere (Intel is recommended). A lot of Dell's first party wireless cards are nothing but trouble outside of Windows, even if a good chipset vendor is used. Your laptop is old enough to be from the time period when Dell used Broadcom, so I would run "lspci -nn" and make sure you are right about this being an Atheros/QCA card.

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I think this is more related to your card - this laptop is fairly old from the research I did on it (~2008?) and it probably shipped with a Dell Wireless card, which Dell does a lot of the time on consumer models.

My advice would be to replace the factory wireless card and try your luck from there. A lot of Dell's first party wireless cards are nothing but trouble outside of Windows, even if a good chipset vendor is used. Your laptop is old enough to be from the time period when Dell used Broadcom, so I would run "lspci -nn" and make sure you are right about this being an Atheros/QCA card.

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