Mac Drivers CD For XP? HELP!!!

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Hello there! I'm a reet newbie at all this so I need your helps guys n gals! So...

I've got a 24" iMac and I want to put XP on it. I read a tutorial on another site and they say that I need to make a drivers CD from Boot Camp. I have version 2.0 of Boot Camp and it doesn't give the option of making a drivers CD.

I went ahead and installed XP anyway but it doesn't want to know about the graphics, sound or wireless or anything... HELP ME PLEASE!!!

Much regards! :D
 

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In the old (now expired) beta version, the Boot Camp Assistant would prompt you to create a drivers CD. With the release of Leopard, this was no longer required. Instead, you'll just insert your Leopard (or System Disc 1) DVD into the drive while Windows is running. The drivers will install automatically.
 

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