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Bootcamp XP - no wireless interent


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I ran bootcamp, installed XP SP2, inserted the leapard cd and installed drivers. Everything works fine on the windows side except I can't access the internet. Under control panel, network connections, the wireless card is present but it's not picking up my wifi signal. Tried doing it hardwired and no internet either...please help.

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That's all very strange..... have you re-booted since installing the drivers?

Have you installed a firewall in Windows? If so which one?

what are you trying to connect to? Router (make/model)?

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Yes, I have rebooted.
No firewall installed, as a matter of fact i disabled the windows firewall just in case...but nothing.
My router is Apple Airport Extreme Base Station Model A1143
Also, before I could install the Apple drivers I had to restart the Windows Installer Service because it was off.
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