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I recently installed bootcamp on my MacBook, and I can't get on wireless internet using Windows. I can connect fine when I have an ethernet cable plugged in, but I can't using wireless. I installed all of the drivers when I installed bootcamp. Has anyone else had this problem? Can anyone help me?

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Anyone?

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me too, same problem
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Have you tried resetting the wireless router? Have you made sure the wireless adapter is enabled? How about a password, is there one and if so, have you put it in properly?


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I can't reset the router, because I'm at school, getting internet from somewhere in my dorm. I have looked for a wireless adapter in the Control Panel, but all I can find is the ethernet connection. And, where I am, there is no password to put in until you are connected to the internet. It will ask for the password when I open up Firefox. Instead of the Mozilla start page, there will be a screen that asks for a password, which I can't even get to yet.

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Nevermind, I fixed it.

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Can I asked how you fixed it because I am having the exact same problem. The wireless detects my router but will not connect after puttin in WEP key.

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Fixed now. Needed to change my wep to shared key.

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when you first use bootcamp it asks you to burn a driver cd. in windows pop tat driver cd in and run it. it will install the thiings you need
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