|Dec 18, 2012, 02:55 AM||#1|
WLan / Wifi issues with Win7
i have a strange problem with Bootcamp and Win7 Prof. 64Bit. Yesterday i received my new Internetconnection Cable 50 Mbits with a new Cable Modem (Cisco 3208G). I connected this to my WLan Router TP-WR941ND by cable (not wireless) and received "only" the same speed then before 32 Mbits download. Then i tried the wireless connection, i received ~40 Mbits (but this makes sense due to the router specs).
Network Adapter shows Gigabit Lan (only if i use direct Connection with Cisco, the TP Link have only 10/100 MBit Ports), this looks ok, i changed also settings full/half Duplex, without success.
If i boot with OSX i receive the full 50 Mbits download rate (not wireless).
I changed the Broadcom Driver, and i reinstalled the complete Bootcamp Drivers from the OSX CD, without success.
I'm a little bit confused, maybe someone here have a hint for me?
System is iMac 27" I7 2011
Last edited by Toddi; Dec 18, 2012 at 03:00 AM.
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