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Hi guys, newbie alert, so please go easy on me!

I've just installed Vista on my new iMac. I know I'm supposed to install my Mac drivers into my Windows environment, but I'm not quite sure what I should be doing.

Am I simply inserting the Mac OS disc, then navigating to the Drivers / Apple folder and clicking all the exe files?

Sorry if I'm being dim!

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There should be a single file on the disc that installs all of the drivers automatically. Look for something like setup.exe


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The installer should pop up once you insert the Mac OS (Leopard) disc.
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Thanks guys, I was obviously thinking it was more complicated than it was! Doh!
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