Hey, all. I've been googling like crazy and just can't find any real answer. I have a 24" iMac and installed Windows 7 64 bit. I managed to install the Boot Camp drivers from my Leopard disc but I now have no sound - not that I had it before installing the drivers. Figured it must be an issue with the old Boot Camp not entirely supporting Windows 7 and tried to install the newer drivers from my Snow Leopard disc (the one I got with my Macbook Pro - late 2009) but I can't run these. First I try to run the setup file in the Boot Camp directory on the disc but it gives me an error which says: "Boot Camp x64 is unsupported on this computer model." So I try to run the BootCamp64 file in the Boot Camp/Drivers/Apple directory on the disc, but this gives me another error: "This installation requires elevated privileges. Launch this installer through setup.exe." So what am I supposed to do? I've been messing around with it for 4 hours now and frankly, I'm starting to lose my patience. It's just so pissing me off. **** Windows, that's what I say. Nevertheless, I need to get it working really bad. Any help would be so much appreciated.