Kali cannot find WiFi card.

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Originally Posted by Hotrod22
Windows 8, and it did work. I don't know about the hardware
Hence lspci and lsusb. Run them in shell and save their output to a flash drive so you can use another computer to post them. Or attach your laptop to the network with an ethernet cable.
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