Ubuntu 11.04 Ralink Wireless Card can't find any networks
I have a HP G62 64-bit with a Ralink RT5390 wireless card. The card works fine in Windows 7 and detects 4-5 networks, and I can connect to my home network.
Once I boot into Ubuntu however, the card does not detect any networks. Internet through the cable works perfectly fine, both on windows and ubuntu.
Right now I have the 11.04 beta version installed. Before this I've had the 10.04 and then the 10.10 and in all versions I encounter the same problem with wireless.
I've downloaded a linux driver for my wireless network card but it does not really install - does a whole lot of things and then says 'Linux error Type 2'.
I am sure I am not the only one with this problem, so if I any of you guys out there could give me some tips on how to solve this, I'd be very glad. I like Windows 7 because you don't have to adjust anything, but I really like Ubuntu because you can customize nearly everything. (Oh, there is a Dual Boot of Windows 7 and Ubuntu 11.04 ...). I know Ubuntu can have some problems with 64-bit but I hope that's not the cause of my problem.
Can you help with this problem?
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