I have made an upgrade from Snow Leopard to Lion on my Mac Mini, and decided to install Windows XP via Bootcamp. As Lion does not support XP, the workaround is to create the partition using bootcamp, skip the rest and install XP after rebooting. The next step would be to insert the Snow Leopard disk and the Drivers would autoinstall. My problem is that I do not have the Snow Leopard Disk, I only have a USB install disk for this purpose. When booted into Windows, the USB disk is not detected as the disk is formatted in a format unknow to Windows. I have downloaded the Bootcamp XP 2.1 (http://support.apple.com/kb/DL830) and 2.2 (http://support.apple.com/kb/DL967) update drivers, but these will not install before the basic BootCamp Drivers are in place. I have two options as I see it: 1) Find the original BootCamp Drivers from Snow Leopard on Apple support, but I am unable to do so - does anyone know where to find them? 2) Booted into OS X, browse the USB Snow Leopard Install Disk and find the files for the BootCamp drivers there (but I have no idea of where those files might be hiding..) Does anyone know? I would really appreciate some help!