I've installed Windows7 Home Edition OEM version on my new latest MacBook. When running under Mac OS Snow Leopard, I have no problems using the built-in Wifi capability. However, under Windows7, I can't find any option to turn on the Wifi connectivity. It seems to only support Ethernet connectivity. I have run both the Snow Leopard OS disk and the provided Mac Install disk with the MacBook to ensure that all necessary drivers have been updated. But still no Wifi option under Windows7. Q1. Is it because Windows7 Home Edition does not support Wifi? (The Windows7 Professional Edition OEM on my iMac can connect to my Airport Extreme using 2.4 and 5 MHz Wifi without any problems, so I know Windows7 Professional Edition has no such limitations) Q2. Have I missed out a step somewhere when setting up Windows7 under Bootcamp? Thanks for all help in advance.