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I recently upgraded the kernel in 9.10 to fix a problem of no sound on my laptop but this killed wireless However I could still boot into the previous kernel to use wireless (albeit without sound). I found a fix for this problem on the forums: [URL]... but It didn't work so well in my case. Specifically after executing the command

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If anyone knows how to undo the rmmod dell_laptop command or has some insight into what I might be able to do let me know

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