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help with mac drivers cd for bootcamp


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hi,

when i open the bootcamp installer it won't give me the option to burn the cd?

any ideas? :radioacti

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Nope is it there...or is it greyed out!

If you have trouble getting it I could always upload a CD image of the Drivers if that would help but apart from that I don't know what to suggest.

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could you make me a cd image then please?
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Just will I'm sorting that out...

What options does it give when you Start up Boot Camp Assistant in the Utilities Folder?

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it gives me the option to intsall bootcamp only
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it gives me the option to intsall bootcamp only
Are you sure you have installed it correctly?

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yes :radioacti
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i would try to reinstall, sounds like something didnt exactly work out 100%
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Sorry but my internet keeps screwing up....

Current Max Upload Speed 40Kb/sec :mad:

If you still haven't got it sorted tomorrow, I'll give it another try uploading it.

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Do a file search for "Boot Camp" - I noticed that what looked like the installed Boot Camp was really just the installer again.

The program to run Boot Camp is in the Applications section of your search. Kinda hard to find (at least for a Windows user like me). The only way I could ever find it is through the file search.
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I think you are suppose to first: install boot camp
then go find the bootcamp file it's in : application > utility folder. If you still need the image i can upload it.
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