Ubuntu Installation :: After Installing - 10.4 - Driver For My Wireless Network Card Isn't Recognized

Sep 29, 2010

I have recently installed Ubuntu 10.04 beside my Windows XP on my laptop:
Dell XPS 1330

I`m now facing some problems with my new OS :

1. The driver for my wireless network card isn't recognized although I have installed the recommended driver which was in Ubuntu Hardware Driver section.

2. When I connect my laptop to my TV using HDMI port, the screen is OK but there is no sound!

3. When by any reason my network cable is unplugged, the whole network service goes down and I have to restart the system.

lspci results:

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[Code]....

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