Currently Being ModeratedFeb 2, 2013 12:21 PM (in response to t_rav10)
Depending upon your level of Boot Camp, some versions have the Windows support files on a separate session on the install DVD which is what you seem to be expecting. Other versions of Boot Camp have the Windows Support files as a download from the internet that you perform in MacOS before you do your Windows Install.
I believe the Boot Camp Assistant v3.x was based on the MacOS install DVD, so if you have a pressed install DVD (either a retail purchase, or an original version which shipped with your Mac) then you should have the windows installed session on the DVD. My retail Leopard & Snow Leopard DVDs have the two sessions on them. I know that Lion and Mountain Lion assume that you are downloading the drivers from then internet. I just don't remember if the later Snow Leopard releases used the DVD install or the internet download, but part of me wants to say they used the download.
I do know that all of the copies I've made of my MacOS install DVDs didn't properly copy the session with the Windows Support files, so it is possible that if you are working with a copy (and not an original) installed DVD, that this could be your issue as well. I could re-install MacOS just fine form the disc copy, but I couldn't install the Windows support files from it.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 4, 2013 4:08 AM (in response to GeekBoy.from.Illinois)
Hey, yeah i believe that's the problem i was having, although i didnt mention it, i have a copy of the install disk but i didnt think that would make a difference.
Anyways after a couple hour i found a forum with some info and ended up downloading the drivers which i then stored on a flash drive and ran the setup straight from it successfully. Anyways thanks anyways