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Loaded Win 7 on the new Mac Book Air, but now it cannot find any network adapter so I can't go surfing, email, etc.
All well under Lion but zilch here. Any word or directions would be appreciated. Happy Byrd Day
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If you've used Boot Camp, have you installed the Boot Camp drivers? If you're virtualizing Windows (Fusion, Parallels or VirtualBox), the NIC should be picked up since (at least VB) uses fairly generic NIC drivers.

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ZOUNDS, that is quick.
Yes, using Boot Camp and have some drivers on my USB stick. Will find them now and post one way or t'other.
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THANK You.
Clicked on SETUP and got a ton of good stuff, including adapter, video, audio and more than enough to bore you if I were to go on; most important for now is BOOTCAMP and the set in Windows as well as Mac.
Remind me to send $ and join if needed again.
Enjoy this Byrd Day!
I've got you to THANK, Ottawa, for helping today.
BTW, is that a Canadian Day? Didn't they celebrate their Thanksgiving recently?
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