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how should I go about installing the windows 7 drivers on my new windows 7 virtual machine on the macbook white unibody 2.26ghz.

are you just supposed to use bootcamp?
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If you have Windows 7 running as a VM from within Parallels 5, Parallels will supply drivers via its guest tools. If, however, you decide to run Windows 7 natively using a Boot Camp created partition, you can install the latest Boot Camp 3.0 drivers from the Snow Leopard DVD. And a later update from Apple (Boot Camp 3.1).

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