This download installs version 12.1.59.01 of the LAN driver for Intel® Desktop Boards with Broadcom* NetLink Gigabit Ethernet LAN controller. Ethernet Adapter Windows Driver. Select Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet from the list of drivers available. A MacBook Pro.
Drivers Hour Guard Instructions. Best Answer: The previous 'yes' answer is correct, it does indeed work under Wndows 7 Bootcamp, but the answer is a bit light on detail for a couple of the steps. Here's a fuller explanation: 1) download the driver per the instructions in the previous answer 2) unzip the drivers to a temporary folder on your hard drive 3) connect the adaptor to the thunderbolt port 4) reboot Windows Windows should automatically detect the adaptor now and install it. You may need to point the installer at the location where you unzipped the drivers.
If Windows doesn't automatically install the device. 1) go to Start >Control Panel >Hardware & Sound and open Device Manager 2) click the name of your computer at the top of the device tree 3) click Action at the top of the window and choose Add Legacy Hardware 4) Click Next 5) Select 'Install hardware that I manually select.' 6) Choose Network Adaptors 7) Choose 'Have Disk' 8) Browse to the location of the drivers you unzipped earlier.
9) Click the.inf file 10) Select Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet from the list of drivers available 11) OK and install You may need to reboot again with the adaptor plugged into the Thunderbolt port to finish the job, • Answered by Benjamin C from London • Jul 9, 2012 •. I successfully installed the driver in Window 7 per Benjamin C's instructions. Yes the Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter does work in Windows 7 Boot Camp, however the SLEEP MODE is disabled after installing the driver.
(I am using MacBookPro-Retina) Somehow Windows complains that the firmware does not support (S3) Sleep mode. It's unreasonable for a notebook not to be able to quickly go into sleep mode and wake up from it. Hibernate just takes too long. Apple, please respond to this issue. • Answered by Allen W from Melbourne • Aug 14, 2012 •. Only half way- using either the Broadcom driver or the driver that installs within the package from Lion (BC4.0), the adapter will work so long as you boot Windows 7 fresh with the adapter installed.
If you: 1) Insert the adapter after booting, 2) Unplug and attempt to re-insert the adapter without rebooting. The adapter does not work. Fairly useless for a laptop. Use the USB->Ethernet adapter instead, its the same price although does limit to 100Mb.
• Answered by Sarkis K from Reno • Aug 16, 2012 •. Yes it will work SORT OF, if you have the corret drivers either put in place by the Bootcamp setup (where you include the drivers as part of Windows install) or if you just install once in Windows. BUT it wil never support Sleep mode - so it's completely useless as a laptop. I want to shut the lid and it enter Sleep - NOT hibernate. Bugs Bunny And Taz Time Busters Crack Download on this page. To get this you need to buy a USB to Ethernet adaptor.
I have done just this today and bought one from Amazon which was £15 for USB3 to Gig Ethernet - made by Digitus. WIndows 7 auto detects and installs drivers and now I have my Macbook Pro (retina) useful as a laptop again. Don't wait for Apple to update their Thunderbolt Windows 7 support to include S3 standby as I suspect it will be ages/never, just spend the £15 to do it vi USB:) • Answered by K G • Oct 16, 2013 •. I have followed all the instructions here on my new MacBook Air, i7 and the ethernet gets up and going but I have no internet access for some reason on it. I was trying to sync my dropbox faster than it taking a week and use Gigabit Ethernet.