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I had to disable "secure boot" in my UEFI BIOS in order to get the wireless to work. Apparently, the wireless is unsigned (I'm not entirely sure what signing entails). As long as it's unsigned, the wireless will not work with secure boot. I disabled my secure boot flag and now the wireless works. (Note secure boot is not the same thing as legacy boot. If you have a UEFI BIOS and are dual booting, both windows and linux must be installed in UEFI mode and NOT in legacy boot mode.)

If anyone has any advice about signing a kernel module so I can turn secure boot back on, I'd love to hear from you.