Tried updating the driver to the original osx bootcamp one, tried the broadcom ones that comes with windows etc Airport still works fine in OS X. I got the broadcomm driver to work by running the boot camp 3. The only key difference I’m seeing from you is that the wireless adapter did install when installing the bootcamp drivers. The Macbook Pro is running with the following details:
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There are posts around with similar problems and no answer, but I noticed most were those running Bootcamp. On the other hand if you install drivers from the DVDs that came with broadcok computer I get those three plus the wireless driver and things work beautifully.
Always the same crap or they refused to install.
I followed the same steps you did with 802.11 compatibility-run of the BootCamp drivers off of the Apple disc and then updating to 3. Try uninstalling the Network Controller first. I eventually gave up and installed XP 32 bit. I also tried using the BroadcomInstaller. Mar 7, After attempting to install the driver, it remains an error mark in Device Manager with the following message: Saw the same missing Network Controller, tried installing the Broadcom x64 drivers, and got the same Code 10 error.
To resolve this, I had to nuke the Boot Camp partition from Disk Utility, rerun Boot Camp Assistant to repartition the space, and reinstall Windows again to get the wireless drivers working properly.
This was done because I need a particular application at work that requires Windows to run. To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. Airport still works fine in OS X. I did some checking on 8002.11n, but I did not have any luck in finding a version that will work.
But considering I selected it from Boot Camp, that seems a bit strange. Mar 5, 3: Jan 26, 7: At least that is the sequence that worked for me. I tried all the above fixes and no joy: It has been dropping the network for about 6 months. So apparently using the driver installs from the Snow Leopard and bootcamp upgrades don’t do the trick.
[HP] Broadcom BCM43XX Wireless LAN Driver for WinXP, Vista, Win7, Ver.220.127.116.11
When it does crap out, I notice that in the connection status that it’s not receiving any packets anymore. I have a 15″ i7 MBP.
This is really baffling me I have Windows 7, Bootcamp 3. Wireless is bullet proof when running OSX. Posted on Jan 9, 1: Mar 27, 4: Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post.
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I need to be sure that L1 and L2 are being maintained and not dropped without windows telling me. I used this website to assist: What would be nice would be broadfom 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 don’t understand why this was working two weeks ago for me and now it’s gone. Jan 9, 2: The hatter The hatter.