Cannot use wireless internet on my MacBook when running Windows 7 through Boot Camp

I have no problems at all when I use the same laptop to connect to the internet wirelessly using the Mac OS X operating system.  My older laptop running Windows XP also has no problem connecting.  I've tried going to the Control Panel, then Network and Sharing Center, then Connect to a network, and it shows that no connections are available.  When I click on Change adapter settings, only two options are shown: the Bluetooth Network Connection, which is not connected,and the Local Area Connection, which would be the wired connection because it says the network cable is unplugged.  My router does not have a bluetooth connection.  I made sure all the drivers were installed. 
 

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Last updated June 28, 2018 Views 7,846 Applies to:
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Hi Cellophane,
 
1) Did you update the wireless drivers on the computer?

I would suggest you to install wireless network adapter drivers on the computer from the manufacturer website and check if issue persists.
 
For latest network adapter drivers you need to contact the manufacturer of the computer (MAC).

Thanks and Regards:
Shalini Surana - Microsoft Support.
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