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BT5 R1 cannot connect wifi

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I am using BT5 R1
i cannot connect to wifi using wicd network manager
it gives error bad password

i try to reinstall network manager, it gives the following error

Errors were encountered while processing
bcmwl-kernel-source
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hey

did you have the correct encryption set , wpa - wpa2 ect

try this forum dude

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1411216

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Bad password? It does not even get to connecting then...
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