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Boot Camp 5.1 Wireless Network not working in Windows

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Posted · Original PosterOP

My wireless network card works fine when I use it in OS Mountain Lion, but as soon I switch to Boot Camp Windows 7 it won't work. I already tried uninstalling and installing driver.

 

What else can I do?

 

 

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are you installing the correct network driver? there are two sets of bootcamp drivers. which mac do you have?


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Is this a new install of Windows? Also, are you using the Boot Camp drivers that Apple offers you inside Boot Camp Assistant?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is this a new install of Windows? Also, are you using the Boot Camp drivers that Apple offers you inside Boot Camp Assistant?

 

No, it worked properly for about a week after that it only worked intermently and now is not working at all..

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Posted · Original PosterOP

are you installing the correct network driver? there are two sets of bootcamp drivers. which mac do you have?

Mackbook Pro Early 2011 15 Inch.

 

Which one do I need. I get on Boot Camp assistant and download the lastest windows drivers.

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No, it worked properly for about a week after that it only worked intermently and now is not working at all..

 

That's strange. Have you loaded any new programs? Changed any network settings?

 

If it worked fine for a week, then it's likely not the driver.


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