Early 2008 MacBook Pro unibody
Boot Camp 3.0
Windows 7 Pro x64
If I take my laptop to a coffee shop and connect to it's public network, then I come back home and attempt to reconnect wirelessly to my home network, it won't reconnect. It sees the SSID being broadcast, and it tries to reconnect, but it can't do it. If I shut the machine down, unplug the modem and router, then turn everything back on again it connects fine, but I have to do that every time I come home from the cafe. I have other computers connected to the network, so I doubt the modem and router are the problem. Plus when I had XP on this same machine, it reconnected just fine.
According to Wikipedia, I have a Broadcom BCM4322 chipset wireless network adapter. Device Manager says I'm running version 220.127.116.11 of the driver. I was going to try updating the driver, but I can't seem to find a Windows 7 driver on the Broadcom website. In fact I couldn't locate drivers for BCM4322 on their site at all. Broadcom.com - Ethernet NIC Driver Downloads Broadcom.com - Determining the Correct Driver for Broadcom Ethernet Products