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I installed Windows 10 on a 2018 MBP with Bootcamp. I ran Brigadier which says it installed drivers for 'MacbookPro15,1'.

The wifi adapter works fine, except that when Windows wakes up from sleep, there appear to be no connections available, and I have to restart to get it to work. The driver for the Broadcom 802.11ac Network Adapter is 100.10.200.18 and is dated 6/25/2018. When I click "Update driver" and click to search for new software, it doesn't find a new driver.

Should I find a different driver somehow? Is there anything else I can do to prevent this from happening?

  • Download the bootcamp support software from Apple's website. These are the manufacturer's drivers. Look for the wifi driver after extracting the zipped download. – www139 Jul 27 at 19:21
  • From support.apple.com/downloads? I searched for bootcamp support software for Windows 10 on there, but all of the results I clicked on were for Windows 7 or 8. Also FYI, Brigadier downloaded this from Apple's Web site: swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/34/10/091-97136/…. I saw on a related post that setting power output for the device worked for that person. I don't see that property for this driver, but I have set "Minimum Power Consumption" to false to see if that helps. – nimble_ninja Jul 27 at 19:53
  • Aaannnd... it did not. – nimble_ninja Jul 28 at 17:52

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