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Windows - Late 2008 MBP Unibody - Boot Camp drivers off the CD?

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I have a Late 2008 MBP unibody mac and I left the Leopard CD in the UK while i'm holidaying in Australia. The boot camp drivers off the Apple website don't include drivers for the new MBP - you must have the original leopard DVD that comes with the late 2008 mbp to get the correct drivers!

Since getting the disc isn't an option, would anyone be willing to extract and upload them to something like and sending to me? Or if anyone can point me in the right direction? I've been on the phone with applecare and they said the only "official" location of the drivers is on the 10.5.5 leopard cd, but it's available through "unofficial" channels!

Pretty unbelievable. Still, can anyone find the time to help me out?

Thankyou very much!
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