May 11, 4: I need to be sure that L1 and L2 are being maintained and not dropped without windows telling me. I only experience the intermittent connectivity when running bootcamp windows 7 x What would be nice would be be able to clean the registry and all old driver files to start again with a clean slate without having to scrub my Bootcamp partition. I followed the same steps you did with the compatibility-run of the BootCamp drivers off of the Apple disc and then updating to 3. This option requires basic OS understanding.
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What was finally successful for me what to go to my original macbook pro discs and run this I also tried using the BroadcomInstaller.
Wireless is bullet proof when running OSX. Hope you have the patience and time to try this for a fix. Although it still doesn’t work for me. There are posts around with similar problems and no answer, but I noticed most were those running Bootcamp.
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The hatter The hatter. Airport still works fine in OS X. I can’t work out how it would effect OSX though.
When I completed the update, the following error occurs: This was done because I need a particular application at work that requires Windows to run. The reason I ask is I am having a similar problem with a friends Macbook Aluminium I don’t know if this helped or not dindows alone did not get me airport connectivity.
At least that is the sequence that worked for me.
I then took the following steps: Eitherway, this does seem to be a driver issue. Recommended if Bcm is the only driver on your PC you wish to update.
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Please help us maintain a helpfull driver collection. Reasons for your score: Feb 5, Last week it lost the Airport Card altogether. Feb 5, 2: It may work fine for a few hours or a few minutes or seconds and then suddently it craps out with a yellow triangle and black exclamation mark on the tray icon. Here’s what I’ve tried: Jan 9, 2: What would be nice would be be able to clean the registry and all old driver files to start again with a clean slate without having to scrub my Bootcamp partition.
I tried all the above fixes and no joy: Bcm now has a special edition for these Windows versions: It has been dropping the network for about 6 months. This brings me to my questions: I got the broadcomm driver to work by running the boot camp 3. Installation Manager Success Stats: Now on to my audio drivers. bcm431
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I uninstalled AVG9 as the upgrade to Windows 7 stated to do and on restart the wireless card came back on. I have Windows 7, Bootcamp 3.
I upgraded to Snow leopard hoping it would update something, but it still would not come on. All replies Drop Down menu.