6439 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 22, 2010 2:11 AM by alexis23bledel
BootCamp Drivers for Windows 7 were released on January 19, 2010.
32-bit can be found here - http://support.apple.com/kb/DL996
64-bit can be found here - http://support.apple.com/kb/DL979
As you're having WiFi issues you'll need to plugin to download them. Upgrading to the latest driver set should resolve the WiFi issues. I had the same problem with a brand new MacBook last week, the 3.0 drivers wouldn't allow WiFi until I upgraded to the 3.1 drivers.
thanx for the reply guys.
apparently, before i decided to post this topic i've already download that BootCamp update through the Apple Sofware Update which i got from installing the newest Safari on that Windows 7.
the problem is (another one i guess), i finished download the update and then the OS ask me to restart the computer to finish all of the download process.
i do the restart (booting to windows 7 directly, because my main OS on the notebook is mac which makes me have to press that option button on the keyboard), and it seems there is no problem with it until i tried to make another update through the Apple software Update once again.
and you know what? that BootCamp Update 3.1 still on the list! so i do another download (2x total download on the same kind software update) and the results is the same right now. the BootCamp update is still on the list.
maybe i'll try a separate download tonight and try to install it manually. hope it'll fix the wi-fi problem too.
it's quite funny how windows 7 have this kind of issues though.
i'll give the update ASAP.