I'm sorry if this is a bit long, but I would like to provide as much detail as possible. I've searched high and low and found no solutions. I decided to finally take the plunge and install Windows 7 64-bit. Win7 32-bit worked great. I've tried installing 64-bit via both CD and USB and they both do the same thing. I'm currently downloading another ISO from a different location (though I downloaded the old ISO from DreamSpark). The installation goes as planned; it works great, doesn't take long. But when I get into the OS, that's when things go wrong. I boot into Win7 and it installs over 30 Wireless LAN Card drivers. My last count said 32. Only two of them work--it's always different. Right now it's "802.11n Wireless LAN Card #18" and #9. The rest of the drivers in the Device Manager have a caution symbol next to them and have error code 12: "This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use." I can't see any wireless networks around me. I first thought that maybe my computer has trouble with 64-bit operating systems, but Win8 64-bit installed and worked pretty well. I'm pretty much at my wit's end. I've tried these methods (and none work):Uninstalling the extra drivers. They come back.Uninstalling the extra tunnel adapters (which, oddly enough, are not present in this latest install). That got rid of the extra wireless adapters, but I still couldn't access any wireless networks or even see them.Manually adding the network. In my research, I saw some posts where people said they couldn't see the networks, but they could connect to them.Reinstalling multiple times.DEVCON.Installing BIOS drivers.Here's a screenshot of a command prompt after "ipconfig /all": Again, sorry for the length, but is there anything I can do? I'm desperate and I really don't want to go back to 32-bit. Windows 8 had its own problems, so I'd rather not do that, either. Thank you.