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What is the website to download the boot camp assistant for windows XP?


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I know this might seem like a stupid question, but i can't seem to find the proper download link. All that i got were some bunch of words in textedit, that's all.
Can i have the exact link please?
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There is no BootCamp Assistant for Windows XP.

BootCamp Assistant is the application in OS X that partitions your drive and allows for the installation of Windows and makes it bootable.

BootCamp Assistant is not available for download, it would be a part of the original install of 10.5 or 10.6.

BootCamp, the drivers, are on your OS X disc, either Leopard or Snow Leopard.
Once you have installed these drivers from the OS X disc in Windows, then you would use the BootCamp icon in the system tray to check for any available updates.

If you have not done so, I strongly encourage reading the instructions available from the first screen of BootCamp Assistant.

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