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Your 2007 MacBook Pro should be able to run Windows 7 from a Boot Camp partition without an external keyboard. That statement in the manual refers to using a blue tooth keyboard - which you can not during the install.

If you followed the Boot Camp assistant install instructions, created a partition large enough, and used your Windows 7 install DVD to reboot when asked, the install process should work. There's no reason why your MBP keyboard isn't working unless it's defective.

Try the install again. This time print out the Boot Camp assistant install instructions and follow them carefully.

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