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i recently attempted to run windows using bootcamp. i installed windows and i can log into windows and boot up ok but the problem is that i cant find the right drivers or whatever to fix all the glitches. i downloaded v 3.2 which then said i had to have v 3.1 so i downloaded 3.1 and now its saying i need v 3.0 and now im very confused. any help/tips are appreciated
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Boot into Windows, insert your Snow Leopard disc and install the bootcamp drivers.

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is that the disk that comes with your computer? cuz i cant find that. where can i get one and are they computer specific?
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Boot Camp 3.0 can only be installed through Snow Leopard which means you need a Snow Leopard DVD. You can buy it at your local Apple store or Best Buy for around $29. Insert the Snow Leopard DVD while Windows is running and the drivers will be installed.
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