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Hello all,

I read more than i post here, but i am currently having random wireless connecting issues. At times while booted to my windows side, i cannot connect wirelessley to any networks. Yes I have installed drivers via osx disk and all of my drivers look up to date. I have also updated to BC 3.1

What do you guys think? have any of you encountered this?
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What kind of random wireless issues? And is your wireless working OK while booted to OS X?
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Thank you for moving this topic to the appropriate section.

To answer your question, yes my wireless runs just fine on OSX, and most of the time flawlessly on my windows side. However I went over to my parents house and it would not connect to their AT&T uverse modem.

Any ideas or suggestions? I'm sure the modem is configured to have atleast 10 devices on the network so I don't think it would be a user amount limit causing the issue.

Thanks again for your time.

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