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10.6.4 Win7 installation panic


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I have a a Mid/Late 2007, 2.4 - MA895LL - MacBookPro3,1 that is running Snow Leopard 10.6.4, I've updated all the firmware and done all the software updates. I am attempting for the last week to create a dual boot using bootcamp 3.0, I created a bootable win7 64 disc. It loads fine however, during the collection part in the win7 install it bombs and I am hit with the dreaded "select the driver to be installed". I hit Rescan and it states that "No device drivers were found. Make sure that your installation media contains the correct drivers. What do I do?
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Where did this come from?

I would suggest using the original disc instead of creating a new one.

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