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Hey guys. I just bought the windows 7 ultimate update to upgrade my imac that was running xp to windows 7. So it upgraded and installed just fine and I am auctualy typing this in windows 7 now. I am in the newest generation imac, the 21.5 inch with the nvidia 9400 card. The issue I am having is that the boot camp assistant that showed up the first time I ran xp, is not showing up in windows 7. I was wondering if there was any way to download the boot camp installer that ran on my first run of xp, but for windows 7. The man reason for doing all of this is to get the driver for my graphics card, which without I can only run windows on a 1240x800 screen resolution. . Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks

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If everything else is functioning fine, I'd head over to nvidia and grab the latest driver from there for Win 7.

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its the "NVIDIA GeForce 9400M". I cant seem to find the windows 7 64x drivers for it. Link if someone can?
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