(Solved) - with dual boot, win7 won't connect to wireless, win8 is ok. two other PCs ok.(7 posts)
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Tom, good point but consider this.
russmerritt, what is the operating system that was first installed? This is most important
My 1st install is Win 7 64 bit and my 2nd is Win 7 32 bit.
So the changes can only be made on the first install of Windows;
So from Win 7 64 bit I can select Win 7 Ultimate as the preferred 1st boot and time out should I want to.
If you select the preferred 1st boot, click apply, then ok.