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I am trying to find the driver for the wireless card in my apple computer but I am new to the apple world. I am so confused I really need to figure this out for the windows partition side. Also I do not have the cd for this leapord system.
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The bootcamp drivers for windows are on the Leopard disc.

No Leopard Disc, that old a machine should be using Bootcamp 4.
You can verify which version of Bootcamp you should be using here.
BC 4 can be downloaded (inclg directions on creating a USB drive) from here.




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