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I have a Vaio M13 M1E, and I'm trying the Linux Mint 10 (Julia) DVD, via a bootable USB stick created Universal USB Installer, but the wireless isn't working.

On the other hand, trying Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook it works fine - given that Mint is a variant of Ubuntu, I'd have expected it to work the same.

I've tried searching, but not found anything relevant, so anyone have suggestions on what to try?

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I tried the 32-bit version (i386) instead of the 64-bit version (amd64) and the wireless works straight away.

Not sure if it's specifically related to this (thought the Atom N470 was 64-bit), or just a coincidence, but it solves the problem for me.

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