So after many attempts to install Windows 7 on my late 2008 Macbook Pro (MBP5,1) running Lion, I finally got it to work. I messed around a bit on the windows side, the internet worked fine then but since I didn't have my drivers installed, nothing else Mac related worked. So I get the drivers from my bootcamp assistant, get them all installed, restart. Seems like all the drivers installed fine, except I can't get internet. It's not even detecting the network adapter. I went to manage devices, there is no network adapter to be seen. I've tried putting in my original Leopard OS disc, and my Snow Leopard OS disc, but it just kicks it back out. I assume this is because I'm now running Bootcamp 4 with Lion. I think I've tried every solution I can find online, but nothing seems to work. Is there anyway to manually download the network adapter driver? Or should I just wipe the partition and start all the way over? I fear doing this because I had to do so many things (mess with the info.plist, boot from USB) I might not be able to get put windows back on here. I appreciate any and all help.