So apparently using the driver installs from the Snow Leopard and bootcamp upgrades don’t do the trick. Will update after some further testing. It has been dropping the network for about 6 months. I need to be sure that L1 and L2 are being maintained and not dropped without windows telling me. I don’t understand why this was working two weeks ago for me and now it’s gone. Would you use this site again?: Select Your Operating System, download zipped files, and then proceed to manually install them.
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Feb 5, It was working fine a couple weeks ago, but I lost the wireless driver a couple days ago on BootCamp, and winvows to do a fresh install to see if that would work.
On the other hand if you install drivers from the DVDs that came with the computer I get those three plus the wireless driver and things work beautifully. All replies Drop Down menu. But considering I selected it from Boot Camp, that seems a bit strange.
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This added the correct driver. After downloading and installing Bcm, or the driver installation manager, take a few minutes to send us a report: Here’s what I’ve tried: Toshiba Satellite – Windows 7 64 bit Outdated or Corrupted drivers: It may work fine for a few hours or a few minutes or seconds and then suddently it craps out with a yellow triangle and black exclamation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.
Tried the latest one from apple via the update also with zero joy. Saw the same missing Network Controller, tried installing the Broadcom x64 drivers, and got the same Code 10 error.
Mar 21, 6: Hope you have the patience and time to try this for a fix. Mar 27, 4: I have Windows 7, Bootcamp 3.
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I also tried using the BroadcomInstaller. Installation Manager Success Stats: I upgraded to Snow leopard hoping it would update something, but it still would not come on. Bcm was fully scanned at: I eventually gave up and installed XP 32 bit.
I also upgraded to Windows 7 hoping it would update drivers. Finally my PC got up to speed! May 11, 4: I used this website to assist: I got the broadcomm driver to work by running the boot camp 3.
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Forgot to mention that the speed in the status is 5. Mar wnidows, 5: The only key difference I’m seeing from you is that the wireless adapter did install when installing the bootcamp drivers. I then took the following steps: So apparently using the driver installs from the Snow Leopard and bootcamp upgrades don’t do the trick. Bcm driver installation manager was reported as very satisfying by a large percentage of our reporters, so it is recommended to download and install.
I downloaded the following: Direct Download Success Stats: Please register, and get one. This option requires no OS understanding.