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Boot camp drivers for windows 7?


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Hi,
I have a macbook, and I need to install the boot camp drivers.
The thing is, I need a disk to do this but I dont have a disk anymore.

also I heard that you could download the drivers from boot camp assistant, but the option to download drivers does not come up after the introduction bit.

any help on where to get drivers would be very appreciated.
thanks.
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The solution to your problem is simple: Buy a disk. You can purchase Snow Leopard direct from Apple for $29.99. You can not download the Boot Camp drivers unless you have a late 2010 or an early or mid 2011 machine. Those machines can only run Windows 7.
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