I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling drivers a bunch of times. In most instances, the Windows drivers would automatically reinstall themselves as he suggested. This last go around, I unplugged the trackpad, uninstalled all Bluetooth drivers, and restarted. With the trackpad unplugged, the Bluetooth drivers from Windows did not automatically reinstall. However, even after running the boot camp set up again from a thumb drive and also trying to individually install the Bluetooth drivers from within the boot camp set up files, I can't get Bluetooth running. Now my device manager shows no Bluetooth. Any suggestions?
You still need open the OS X installer pkg file to get the the contents out, and to open a DMG file. If you are already in Windows, 7-zip will open it: -encounter.net/p860/opening-a-bootcamp-driver-download-on-windows-7-or-8-with-7-zip
Broadcom Wi-Fi Drivers: The broadcom chip is present in most recent MacBooks, iMacs and Mac Minis. Station-Drivers.com has the latest drivers. Scroll down to the "Broadcom Wireless 802.11a/b/g/n controller" section and get the latest drivers for your OS.
I really appreciate your work Ivan, so much helpful. Thanks man!Tried to fix my bluetooth Aukey headset with the newer drivers (on win10 notebook) but still cant recognize them. wireless card Intel 7260AC+ BT ?
I wonder if you have the latest bios for Asus N56VZ for windows 10. I upgraded from Windows 7 SP1 to Windows 10 and most things work. However, I cannot duplicate/mirror my laptop screen to external monitor even though I have updated Intel Video Driver and NVidia drivers to the latest. Also, there has been some issues where a specific program hangs. I suspect bios but could not find any update for N56VZ at the Asus Support page and I did not wish to flash a windows 8.1 bios as I read that some people got a BSOD with that.
Will these drivers work with any Asus laptop?I had tried an in place update to Win10 64 bit from Win7 64 bit but would have freezes and lock ups and boot issues, with my ASUS K72JK notebook. It would also take long to boot into.I chatted with ASUS on line and they said it sounded like a hardware issue, but it was working fine in Windows 7. They repeated that they felt 10 was not supported as they would have updated the drivers.I had checked the memory with windows memory diagnostics before the clean install and it was clean and the Sea Tools program said my drive was in good health and chkdsk did not find any issues.I have returned to Windows 7 via the recovery and two days in, not one lock up. I wonder if an update to Win 10 NOW will keep all the needed drivers.
I know that is not due to drivers. It is some service activated randomly (mostly when a mouse is connected via USB). Try to deactivate all non windows drivers and restart. It last almost one month without issues (but sometimes happens again). Then start in troubleshoot mode and mswindows, deactivate services and reactivate again.
The next part is interesting: As you look at the running kernel, you'll see v5.9.8-200.fc33, but you will use the development kernel packages to build your Broadcom wireless driver. So, you need to install v5.8.15-301.fc33 (available at the time of this writing). Check them using uname -r, and list the installed kernel packages using sudo dnf list kernel:
Other BCM43XX chipsets may only be supported by a proprietary driver such as b43 or wl. The broadcom-wl package is included in the Arch installer media, but may need to be manually enabled before the chipset will function correctly. The b43 driver is also built-in to the kernel and included in the installation media, but it requires external proprietary firmware from the b43-firmwareAUR package which will need to be downloaded from another machine connected to the internet.
linux-macbookAUR is an AUR package created specifically for MacBook laptops that includes patches for these issues, as well fixing powering off correctly and CPU frequency scaling with the intel_pstate driver.
Your device requires the wl driver if it is in the list of devicessupported by the broadcom-sta-dkms package on the correspondingDebian wiki page. If you find your devicein the list of supported devices, then it is impossible to use yourWi-Fi card in Tails.
On my MacBook Pro (8,1 early 2011, MacOS 10.13) I first installed Win 7 via BootCamp and Win 7 install DVD. In Win 7 I installed the Win 7 drivers supplied by BootCamp. Then I downloaded MediaCretionTool from MS and with it I installed Win 10 over Win 7. After booting Win 10 Hardware Manager showed a few missing drivers. From -desktops/macbookpro8%2C1/1927 I downloaded and installed the following missing drivers:
Hello,Thank you for your work.I tried this to correct an issue about Bluetooth on my Mac.I launched as adminSomething seems to be copied and Dos windows has closed.How to know if it worked ?my last update bluetooth driver is still dating from 2006 :(Do i have something to install from files and directories copied ?Thank you for your help.Regards
In case I want to buy a bluetooth Mac keyboard to be used in a Windows pc , should I get the bootcamp drivers with Brigadier and install them as normal drivers in windows 10? As I understand I must download the drivers only in a Mac pc first. 2b1af7f3a8