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Troubleshooting often involves a process of elimination and can require a lot of patience. Unfortunately, when it comes to Wi-Fi connection issues there are actually a lot of variables at play, so the best place to start would be to test for whether this is a problem with your MacBook or something specific to the Wi-Fi network. (I know you say there is ...


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I found the culprit. I had a software called Pulse Secure (to connect to my workplace). I uninstalled it and BOOM! Problem fixed. If you have the same problem, it is most likely some VPN software (even if not connected to it)


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In order to get this working, you'll need to setup "Internet Connection Sharing" in the Windows 7 guest. You do it like this: Open Control Panel => Network and Internet => Network and Sharing Center Click Manage Wireless Networks in the left sidebar Click on your USB WiFi connection, and then Adapter properties at the top Select the Sharing tab and check "...


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I have resolved this issue. Can’t explain it, but deleted downloaded ISO File, increased sector size to 128GB. Windows installed and loaded as before, but got stuck at exactly same spot on not connecting to the internet (blue box on screen in Windows 10 start up). However, the lower left hand corner now changed it’s radio button to bypass the internet ...


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Dr google does not report any issue with the Windows 10 installer requiring an internet connection or any issue with the MacBook Pro and Windows 10 installer. Did you use the BootCamp installer to create the thumb drive? I'll bet there is an $OEM$ folder in the root that adds drivers to the Windows installation process. See https://support.apple.com/en-...


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