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I checked out my drivers in the Device Manager, and noticed that the drivers (Broadcom and Marvel Ethernet) were there but had a yellow '!' beside it.
If this is you, to fix this:
Right click My Computer > Properties.
Choose the Hardware tab and click Device Manager
Click the + beside Network Adapters and Right click the Broadcom Adapter > Update Driver
With your OSX Disc In the computer:
Choose "Yes, This time only."
Choose "Install from a list or specific location."
Choose "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install."
The next area should have your Broadcom driver selected. Click Next.
You should get a screen that says "driver update successful."
Repeat these steps for the Marvel Ethernet driver and you should be good to go.
I have searched the web trying to find out how to fix it and no one seems to know, therefore I assumed I must simply doing something wrong, but so many many people have the same problem.
After a lot of experimenting this is how I got it to work.
I bought home a Ethernet cable from the office and connected the router to the iMAC running XP using bootcamp directly by hard cable. At first the router still did not connect but by setting up the TCP/IP setting under properties for the LAN (as follows) it began working.
IP Address - 192.168.1.5 (may be slightly different for your router)
Subnet Mask: 255.355.355.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1
Use the following: DNS Server addresses 192.168.1.1
Alternate DNS: 188.8.131.52
IE and mozilla working - I disabled the LAN, firstly by right clicking on the LAN in the network properties panel and selecting Disable. IE and Mozilla still worked. Finally I disconnected the cable and it still worked. And is still working since.
I think the solution was to set the machine up using the Ethernet cable and get the settings right first.
I hope this helps.
Turned out I was a bit too literal, where the printed Boot Camp Assistant instructions said to insert the original Leopard DVD, under Windows, to allow Boot Camp to add the drivers -- I went back to my original Leopard DVD.
Duh, I needed the newer Leopard DVD that came with the particular Mac I was using... the original Leopard DVD didn't have drivers for the new hardware on the new machine, natch.
All it took, the next time I'd booted into Windows, was to insert the newer Leopard DVD; Boot Camp popped up to offer the option to repair drivers, the new DVD worked a charm, and the "New Hardware Found" wizards in Windows popped up and were dispatched by Boot Camp without me lifting a finger. Everything that had been flagged by Device Manger now works fine...
Oh, and you need to hold the alt/option key when you see a grey screen every time you start your computer and want to access the mac mode because it is default for the mac itself to think that you want it to got to windows
I'll start from the beginning:
1. I use Boot Camp assistant to create the partition.
2. I insert my Windows CD to begin the installation.
3. I select the "BOOTCAMP" partition when I am installing and select to reformat it like I was told to do.
4. Widows starts up without drivers. Here is where I eject the Windows CD and insert the Apple OS cd, it autostarts. Eventually it says it is installing the drivers and finally comes to the point where it restarts.
5. The computer restarts and I am back in Windows, but not all of the drivers install. This includes: GPU drivers, ethernet and wifi drivers. I am not able to access internet on Windows (neither wifi nor cord help but I'm sure if I manually tell it what to use it would, just "auto" does not work). I only receive VGA graphics.
I'm attempted the following:
1. During the Drivers Wizard I have attempted to "manually" tell which drivers to use. I've selected the disc but it never finds any compatible drivers.
2. I've attempted to run each driver pack individually, some never start. Meaning, I double click and see an hour glass but even after waiting 5 mins nothing happens.
i had the same problem and i did what you said, IT WORKED!
i have been having this problem 4 about twenty days now and i decided to try to fix it because i had to activate windows and only had 10 days left. i was getting a bit worried, but when i found this all my problems were solved. thanks for all of your advice!!
i hate to say it... and its like an echo, but im having the same problem...only a bit sooner on.
i can install windows using the right method reccomended by both Apple, and several other sites. once it comes time to pop in my leopard disc to instal other drivers... and here comes the kicker, it wont download. it says im missing something called "UPLOAD" and cancels any CD activity. it says my installer software also needs to be updated. so. after wanting to take a tire iron to this 2000 dollar paper weight, i decided it was a problem with the internet... dont ask how, its always easy to blame stuff on the internet. i also refuse to pay the $60.00 for windows help...
ANY help at all???
the problem with the "UPLOAD" error should be resolved by putting in your windows CD and
installing the components you need. Once you put in the CD, a screen with open and you can select what you want to install. maybe this will help ?
I've reinstalled Windows with a different CD but no joy. Windows does find my Wifi connection and appears to connect to it, but I still can't open the Internet. The CDs I bought (on Amazon) are supposed to be sold with a new Dell computer only. But they're completely new so I just don't see how they could be the problem.
I've gone through the steps described by hethinksitsreal above, but it didn't work.
I've run the original Mac CD too. Nada.
AAAAHHHHHH!!!!! I've reached the limits of my understanding of this issue.
If anyone has any new ideas, I'd be eternally grateful. My boyfriend has given up trying to solve it and left me to it! Eek.
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