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So I just tryed to install windows vista on my macbook pro and I lost my leopard disc and am therefore having trouble finding the drivers to get anything working. Does anyone know where I can download a package of drivers or any way that I can get at least the wireless card drivers to try and auto update the other drivers in Vista?
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