I'm trying to pull everything off of my old late-2011 macbook pro onto my shiny new late-2013 macbook pro, including my old Bootcamp partition. I would prefer, to keep things as smooth as possible, in order to migrate via a clone-and-restore utility (in my case, Winclone), rather than by reinstalling windows from scratch and attempting to manually copy over all the important files via an external hard drive or target disk mode or something. Everything went smoothly right up until the last step. My issue is in the drivers: any clone I make of my Bootcamp partition still has the drivers for the late-2011 MBP, so when I restore that clone to my late-2013 MBP and am prompted to re-enter my Windows 7 registration key (having used sysprep on the old partition before cloning), I can't click or type anything in order to enter my key because the system doesn't recognize inputs from my keyboard, trackpad, or USB mouse. I used Bootcamp Assistant on the new MBP to download the essential drivers onto a thumb drive thinking that would help, but unfortunately they have to be installed within Bootcamp via running on a "setup.exe", which I can't do since I can't click or type anything to even get past the registration screen. When I started running out of options, I tried taking that thumb drive and plugging it back into my old MBP on my old Bootcamp partition to see if I can install the new drivers on the old partition ahead of time, so that when I make a clone, the drivers would already be there--but that didn't work either; trying to run "setup.exe" on the old mac yields an error: "This version of Boot Camp is not intended for this computer model." Does anyone else have any recommendations? Is there any way to install the new drivers on the old system so they can be there ahead of time when I clone? Or is the only option to make a new, fresh install using the Bootcamp Assistant and manually copy old stuff over item-by-item? Thanks in advance.