Please note, my Windows 8 RTM copy is legit and straight from Microsoft. First off, I have been boot camping Windows 7 x64 on this computer since I purchased it, and I have not run into a single problem. I also have had no issues from within the 3 OS X versions I've had on it. I also have installed Windows 8 on 2 of my other PC's, and networking is flawless. My router has Windows 8 PC's, Windows XP PC's, and a Linux PC connected to it, and I am seeing no issues on any of them. My plan was to clean install both Mountain Lion and Windows 8 RTM on my 2010 Mac mini. I'll list the steps involved in case I did anything wrong. 1) I removed the Boot Camp partition which had Windows 7 on it, and reclaimed the space for OS X. 1) I purchased Mountain Lion from the App Store 2) I restored the Mountain Lion dmg to a 64 GB flash drive. 3) I booted from the flash drive, erased the OS X partition, created a new partition taking up the entire HDD, and clean installed Mountain Lion to it. Networking works fine in OS X. 4) I ran Software Update which updated my firmware to 1.5. 5) I setup a 100 GB Boot Camp partition. 6) I burned the latest Boot Camp support software to a CD. 7) I burned the Windows 8 RTM ISO from TechNet to a DVD. 8) I installed Windows 8 on to the Boot Camp partition. 9) I installed the Boot Camp support software in Windows 8 and rebooted. I now have an almost-working copy of Windows 8. The problem is, while my wired NIC is able to get an IP address using DHCP, it is unable to do anything else. It is not simply a DNS issue as I have tried to reach web sites using IP addresses. I was able to connect to my wireless network, but it was very flaky and would often drop. I have tried putting Windows 7 back on it, and it works fine. Are there other drivers I can try? Does Boot Camp even come with Windows 8 drivers? Can I try the old Windows 7 drivers? Any other thoughts?