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Problems with Boot Camp Drivers


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So I recently installed Vista Ultimate using Boot Camp and everything went fine. Most of the features work in Vista until I came upon this:



Any idea how to fix this problem or find these updates? I've looked for a few hours and keep coming up empty.
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Have you install the boot camp windows drivers from the Leopard disk?
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Yep, twice to make sure it didn't miss any drivers.
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where exactly do you get that


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What?
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