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hey guys sorry for the obnoxious title, but I need help by 10am tomorrow morning on how to fix this...

I got through install of XP and everything on my MBP, but I'm stuck installing the Mac drivers because I don't have a set-up internet connection, but at the same time for some reason I can't connect to the internet I guess because I don't have the drivers installed?

I also can't get out of windows now, everytime I shut down and reboot I'm stuck in Windows (On my roommates computer now)....

HELP!!!
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Restart and hold down 'option' (or alt) to select which startup partition you want to use.

As for the drivers - you just need to burn them to a disc using the bootcamp utility in OS X and then just load the disc under windows XP and it'll do the rest.
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It still just stalls on the Registering product portion of installation of the drivers.....
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