Wireless Network Hardware Error

Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by beneventi, Oct 31, 2007.

  1. beneventi macrumors member

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    Italy
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    Dear Forum users, I'v just upgraded to Leopard on my MacBook C2D (late 2006). I have BootCamp with Windows XP. I've upgraded the Windows drivers with the ones on Leopard dvd.

    Now, after the upgrade, everytime that I resume from standby in Windows I get an "Hardware Error" if I try to connect to any ip address with my wireless network card (the wired network card works fine).

    Then I reboot my Mac and everything works fine until next standby.

    Now, I've contacted Apple Tech Support and those guys told me that BootCamp is not supported.

    WHAT????

    BootCamp is no more beta: I've purchased Leopard, BootCamp is an official Leopard feature and I WANT Support.

    Please note that with BootCamp Beta 1.4 everything worked fine.

    I've had the same problem with BootCamp 1.3 but the upgrade to 1.4 solved the problem.

    Any help?

    Best regards

    PS: My MacBook is also covered by AppleCare
     
  2. jjotham macrumors newbie

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    Nov 11, 2007
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    Standby and USB problems on MacBook BootCamp WinXP

    After upgrading to Leopard ,the MacBook won't go to standby after the 2nd or 3rd attempt. The 1st attempt is always successful, the 2nd sometimes. Many times it looses the USB upon returning to live, and also the WiFi connection. these problems were significant on BootCamp 1.3, less so on 1.4 and more on Leopard. very annoying, as Leopard's BootCamp is no longer Beta and support is unavailable
     

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