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Hi I tried searching for this on the forums but the word XP was too short to get through the filter, and there was no mention of it in the guide up at the top so I was hoping for some help.

I just Installed XP onto my MBP and have absolutely no internet connectivity. What driver do I need to DL in order to get this to work? I'm new to macs and so far everything has been easy but I can find no documentation for this whatsoever.

Thank you in advance.
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You need to insert the Leopard disk - all the drivers you need to run XP or Vista on the MBP are on that disk.
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