Boot Camp 1.1.1 Released

Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by micvog, Sep 14, 2006.

  1. micvog macrumors 6502


    Sep 10, 2003
    Just went to download Boot Camp for my iMac C2D and noticed the file size is about 10% smaller. Boot Camp 1.1.1 has been released and is only 186MB; IIRC the previous version was 202MB. From the website:

    Changes in Boot Camp 1.1.1 beta
    Boot Camp 1.1.1 beta contains many updates and is intended for all new and previous Boot Camp beta users.

    Boot Camp 1.1.1 beta includes:
    Support for the latest Intel-based Macintosh computers
    Easier partitioning using presets for popular sizes
    Ability to install Windows XP on any internal disk
    Support for built-in iSight cameras
    Support for built-in microphones
    Right-click when pressing the right-hand Apple key on Apple keyboards
    Improved Apple keyboard support including Delete, PrintScreen, NumLock, and ScrollLock keys
  2. Ringo macrumors regular


    Mar 30, 2004
    Good news :) Do we have to reinstall Windows? Cause that would be a pain...

    "Support for built-in iSight cameras" I tought they were already supported cause mine worked with 1.1
  3. rowanhall macrumors member

    Dec 27, 2004
    Belfast, Northern Ireland
  4. benthewraith macrumors 68040


    May 27, 2006
    Miami, FL
  5. caliguy macrumors regular


    Jun 12, 2005
  6. miketcool macrumors 6502a


    Jun 24, 2003
    Anyone try the express card with boot camp? I imagine that slot has a standard driver.
  7. nutman macrumors regular

    May 19, 2006
    is there a way to extract the dmg without a mac?

    i use a apple wireless kb and i cant access the drivers.
  8. syklee26 macrumors 6502

    Jul 26, 2005
    i thought bootcamp 1.1 did these things already.
  9. mdntcallr macrumors 65816


    Aug 1, 2000
    Los Angeles, CA
    Wow, glad to hear that they are moving this along fast.

    it keeps getting better and better. can't wait to get it running. wont be hurrying as most everything i need is mac. except some games.

    Would be nice to let Windows and Mac run at same time on same machine for later versions
  10. Jbook macrumors member

    May 22, 2006
    Hope this fixes the mac pro sata speed problem!!! Someone with a mac pro install 1.1.1 and tell us please.
  11. micvog thread starter macrumors 6502


    Sep 10, 2003
    Just finished downloading and looked at the readme...

    What's New in This Release

    This release of Boot Camp Beta v1.1.1 contains support for the latest Intel-based Apple Macintosh computers and improved support for Bluetooth wireless devices.

    If you are running Boot Camp Beta 1.0, 1.0.1, or 1.0.2, you should upgrade to this release as it*contains the following important bug fixes and other improvements:

    Features include:
    • Support for the latest Intel-based Macintosh computers
    • Ability to install Windows XP on any internal disk
    • Preset sizes for partitioning a disk for Windows
    • Support for iSight cameras
    • Apple Keyboard Support
    • Improved 802.11 wireless for Mac mini
    • Support for 802.11 wireless connectivity in Japan and Korea

    Bug fixes include:
    • Optical LED for audio out no longer stays on when not in use
    • Audio no longer plays on internal speakers when headphones or external speakers are plugged in
    • Notebook Macintosh computers running Windows XP now go to sleep when idle
    • Internal microphone now works on MacBook computers using Windows XP
    • Date and time stay in sync when running Windows
  12. kainjow Moderator emeritus


    Jun 15, 2000
    If you're on XP you can download dmg2iso to convert the DMG to an ISO and then use something else to mount the ISO or burn it:
  13. dfbills macrumors newbie


    Oct 8, 2003
    Why not just go into the bootcamp pkg, mount the dmg, and pull the installer out to your bootcamp volume?
  14. kainjow Moderator emeritus


    Jun 15, 2000
    Sounds like to me he's running only Windows on his Mac, and so that's not an option since Windows can't open DMGs.
  15. Altimeter88 macrumors member

    Jul 17, 2006
    Yes someone please test this on the Mac Pro. I have two questions regarding the new BootCamp:

    1. Is a slipstreamed XP disk w/SATA drivers still needed?

    2. Can you install XP on a RAIDed Setup now?

    If anyone can test this, that would be awesome. My new Mac Pro is on the FedEx truck right now and it will be here tomorrow so I can test it but if anyone else already knows please post your results.
  16. reallynotnick macrumors 6502a

    Oct 21, 2005
    That would be ludacris.

    Sounds like it is mostly just the 1.1 update plus the ablity to run on the new iMac's.
  17. treblah macrumors 65816


    Oct 28, 2003
    Gonna give this a whirl in Vista RC1.

    Cool that the installer shrank from 201MB to 186MB too.
  18. Eidorian macrumors Penryn


    Mar 23, 2005
    So...has anyone done a driver update in Windows yet? I remember 1.1 screwing over 1.0.2 and requiring a reinstallation of Windows.
  19. nutman macrumors regular

    May 19, 2006
    no. im on a windows only box. i just got a bluetooth adapter to use with my kb.
  20. Eodchop macrumors newbie


    Aug 3, 2006
  21. Steve Jobless macrumors 6502

    May 31, 2006
    is it possible to download the drivers with out boot camp? i would rather have my rc1 vista and disk drivers on one dvd.
  22. Willis macrumors 68020


    Apr 23, 2006
    What feels like the middle of nowhere
    so why do you need bootcamp? If you have a Mac, download it off the Mac. simple

    EDIT. I re-read your first post. Bootcamp allows a Mac to run Windows. This latest update improves funtions.

    You're using a windows machine with Apple Hardware, so bootcamp has no purpose for you. The drivers are somewhat of a incompatability issue i guess.
  23. dlastmango macrumors 6502

    Oct 17, 2004
    West Coast - FLORIDA
    time issues

    Im still having time sync issues even after version 1.1 Anyone else have the same?:confused: :( :mad:

  24. Anonymous Freak macrumors 601

    Anonymous Freak

    Dec 12, 2002
    As long as you have drivers for the card, it will work just fine. An ExpressCard is just a PCI Express card or a USB 2.0-connected device in a different form factor. The Boot Camp driver disk installs the latest drivers for the Intel chipset used in the MacBook Pro for both the PCI Express and the USB 2.0 busses. But even without the latest Intel drivers, PCI Express devices and USB 2.0 devices should be recognized just fine. (Again, as long as you have Windows drivers for the CARD.)

    For example, my USB-connected ExpressCard memory card reader works just fine in Windows through Boot Camp, no drivers needed, since it's a standard USB mass storage device.
  25. micvog thread starter macrumors 6502


    Sep 10, 2003
    Yes. Just booted back into OS X after installing Win XP Home for the first time on my iMac C2D (using Boot Camp 1.1.1) and looked at the clock. It was 7 hours late. I opened the Data & Time pref panel and it immediately updated to the correct time.

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