So my network connection is not working at all after formating my computer and installing Ubuntu 13.04.
Before formating, I was using Windows 7 in one partition and Ubuntu 12.04 in another. I installed windows first and had to download some drivers to have network, video, etc, working properly. And Ubuntu 12.04 automatically had everything working by itself.
So I formated my computer, installed Ubuntu 13.04 and can't setup the internet connection.
My computer is a Dell N4030 and I can't even find the right driver on the company website (at least on the brazilian version that atomatically opens in my browser).
I tried to install and uninstall STA drivers as well and it didn't worked. I made some progress by installing "Broadcom_Firmware_070513.tar.gz" that someone helped me with (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2163811) and configuring with some command lines, so at least now I can see some avaliable networks.
I can turn my wifi on, see networks avaliable, but can't connect. It keeps asking my password/authentication over and over again. It's been a day and pretty frustrating. I really like Ubuntu and would like to keep using it.
Does any of you, please, know how to fix this?