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Intel based MacBook Driver for Windows XP


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I have intel based macbook, n now i want to install the windows xp on my macbook, i have no cd with my macbook, i search the driver alot but there is no driver for my macbook. please help me out.
if anyone have the driver or Boot camp for windows xp please give me the link.
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i have no idea that whts the driver installed in my macbook.
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if anyone have the way to how to burn the driver cd from my apple OS , please do let me know the way .
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I'm pretty sure bootcamp drivers can be found on apple's support page. Go to apple.com and search the support page.

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You're going to need to purchase an install DVD for your MacBook. You can give Apple a call and order the specific install set for your MacBook or go on eBay and buy a retail version (black).

Boot Camp drivers are not available from Apple for download. Only Boot Camp updates are available.
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There is no any other way to install the MACBOOK driver, actually i am living in pakistan & its very difficult to buy a install disc.
Please tell me how can i check the which hardware is installed in my apple ?
if i manually install the driver for each component ??
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Difficult or not, that's what you need to do. Drivers for the proprietary Apple hardware are just not available anywhere and they can't be downloaded from Apple. As I said before, you need an install DVD.
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