Re: Win7 64bit wireless problem

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by David B., Aug 27, 2009.

  1. David B.

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    If you had mentioned you were using XP drivers in your OP I would have
    suggested switching to a Vista driver, many XP drivers are not compatible
    with Vista or 7.

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    > It appears that 64bit Vista driver from the MB manufacturer's website is
    > working and I am able to connect to the internet now with the WPA2 and
    > TKIP features working. Had only tried the 64bit XP driver before. Just had
    > to get down and dirty with Google I guess.
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    David B., Aug 27, 2009
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