OKAY. I made a profile on this site specifically to get help with this issue I've gotten myself into. Nobody seems to have worked themself into the same predicament as I; I've had absolutely no luck searching for a solution ANYWHERE. I was running a windows 7 partition on my 13" MBP, mostly so I could play games on steam and use microsoft office products. I wanted to increase the size of my partition, but it wouldn't let me resize, so I tried deleting the whole thing and creating a new, bigger one. Well that didn't work, and for some reason it wouldn't let me creat any partition after that. So I had a friend who is "knowledgable" about computers come over to help me. He suggested simply deleting OS X and installing Windows.... Well we did that, and now I have Windows 7 on my mac, but I don't have any of the BootCamp drivers This is really annoying as it disables a lot of basic features like ANY KIND of audio, and right-clicking. So my question is, is there any way I can get these necessary drivers for my computer to work properly, without using the Apple disk OR BootCamp? Someone please enlighten a p00r n00b!!