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Running Windows (or anything else) on your Mac Discussion of Classic or running Windows, Linux and other OSes on the Mac.

Have bootcamp loaded but no bluetooth drivers, ethernet drivers


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do these install automatically?
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Do you mean you installed Windows via the Bootcamp assistant? Which version of Windows?

Once you booted into Windows, did you put your OSX DVD in the drive?
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7 home premium...

yes...I will try it again...
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What version of OSX do you have? If it's Snow Leopard, insert that DVD into the drive while in windows. it should show up.
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Got bluetooth working. Mouse is not working
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everythings working, im on windoh's now....
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