how do i create a windows driver disk (will make more sense in post)

Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by seven11dmd, Dec 18, 2007.

  1. seven11dmd macrumors newbie

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    I installed Leopard a while back, which I borrowed from a friend, who is now in a coma....that aside, I can not ask to borrow the leopard disk again, and so I am having trouble installing drivers for windows with boot camp.

    boot camp doesn't seem to offer the option to create a disk with leopard since they want you to use the dvd to install it. can anyone help me out? i have a 20" intel core duo.

    I tried downloading boot camp 1.2 and it didnt work. help!
     
  2. RoninXI macrumors regular

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    i found a BitTorrent file of the drivers a while back that are the ones off the Leopard disk. This should not be illegal since they are just drivers, i cannot recommend downloading leopard since it would not be a copy of a disk you have in your possession the legality of borrowing the Leopard disk I will leave alone. I know $130 seems like a lot but you would always have a copy then.

    I have a similar issue of not having the disk but my brother accidentally took it to school with him, we have a Family pack which gives us 5 installs and he installed it on his mac. any way he left the box thinking the disk was inside but instead it was in his disk drive still from loading Xcode.
     
  3. seven11dmd thread starter macrumors newbie

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    thanks. i do have a legal copy, i used one of my friends five installs on his family pack...i just dont have the cd. i downloaded the torrent of the drivers and the executable didnt work but most of the drivers had their own installs that worked, however I am still looking for one for the wireless ethernet. if anyone knows what the wireless driver is, let me know! thanks.
     

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