Mac mini And Bootcamp

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Cannot get bootcamp to find my network. Everything works great in Parallels. I want to check both out and make up my mind as to which one to use.
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Bob G W1GLV

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Neal - K3NC, Elmer

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More than likely it means that the driver wasn't loaded properly when you installed it. Check the device manager and see if its loaded correctly.

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Did you use the Bootcamp assistant in theMac OSX to create your windows environment?   
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Bob G W1GLV

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Yes, I did. I'm new to Mac stuff. The Bootcamp Wizard has three choices. One to create install software for a USB memory stick. One to get all of the drivers and necessary software to make things work. One to install Windows in the Bootcamp partition. I did two of them because somewhere in the instruction it said item #2 was not necessary since the install software had all the drivers and necessary Apple software to make Windows work. That's not the case I believe. 

I've since deleted the Bootcamp partition in favor of Parallels software. SSDR runs very nicely with Parallels. I may retry Bootcamp at a later date. Thanks for responding.
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Reggie-k6xr

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I believe you have to use "bridge" in networks configuration while using parallels. I had same problem until I selected bridge the networks
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Yancy Lucas

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I am using Parallels and everything works very well.
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