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  • ncom Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have Trouble in new mac !!!

    I try install Windows 7 Sp1 on New MacMini (no disk from Apple)

    Any one Help mee... becuse download from bootcamp utility Not Work !! i wait for 8 Hour !! no one file from bootcamp utitly cant use !!!.

    Why Apple does not support openly like bootcamp 3?

     

    in New MacMini i cant ger full driver... Bluetooth Not Work !!

    I am Freelance mac support ... Help me please

  • fakejazz Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    the link to the pkg is broken :I

  • JohnaQuizon Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Yambam,

     

    Are there any other links for downloading the drivers for OS X Lion 10.7.2? I can't find anything to run my Windows 7 well. I already downloaded the Windows support software that can be found in the Boot Camp. But whenever I open it, only a text window shows up.

  • Csound1 Level 8 Level 8 (42,355 points)

    JohnaQuizon wrote:

     

    Yambam,

     

    Are there any other links for downloading the drivers for OS X Lion 10.7.2? I can't find anything to run my Windows 7 well. I already downloaded the Windows support software that can be found in the Boot Camp. But whenever I open it, only a text window shows up.

    And you are opening it in Windows I assume?

  • Mac B Pro Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    My system is MacBook Pro 15, Late2011

    Processor 2.4Ghz Intel Core i7

    Memory 4 GB

    Software: Mac OS X Lion 10.7.3(11D50d)

    and now I want to install windows 7 too. Yambam plz suggest me the correct one BootCampESD.pkg file and give me download link.I'll be very thankfull to you. becase Boot Camp Assistant is taking too much time to download "Windows support software".

    plz help me

     

    Regards

  • George Hulseman Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Yesterday I installed Windows 7 using Bootcamp Assistant on a MacBook Pro mid 2009. During installation, Bootcamp downloaded the drivers and burned them to a CD--successfully I might add. Only I didn't really know what the drivers were for and proceeded with the installation. Now after the fact, I understand what the drivers are for. For one thing the trackpad doesn't work right. When I put the CD in, it looked like it was going to reinstall Windows 7 from scratch, so I didn't bother with it.

     

    It turns out that this computer is woefully short on hard drive space and so I've decided to upgrade the hard drive. I'll clone the Mac side (Lion) and copy to the new hard drive and then go ahead and reinstall Windows 7 using Bootcamp Assistant. My question is at what stage do I use the CD I burned with the drivers during my reinstallation? This process was anything but clear. Any help would be great.

  • errorunknown Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I can confirm that unchecking "Use Passive FTP Mode (PASV)" did the trick for me! You can find it in network settings, go to wifi, click advanced, click proxies and its at the bottom!

  • thunderbolt01010101 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have just tried unchecking "Use Passive FTP Mode" (early 2011 MBP 2.2GHZ i7) and it still says that the drivers are "not availible on the servers." If anyone has any suggestions i would very much aprreciate them! realy need these drivers for school work!

  • Cynops Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    This is ridiculous. If I can't download the drivers I can't install Windows. There are no 64 bit Windows 7 drivers on the disks that came with my 2006 MBP. The 32 bit XP drivers that I have are going to be of no use either. Apple needs to fix their download server. There are posts about this problem going back months. It is obviously a reoccuring problem. It is a relatively small download, if they can serve HD videos they bloody well should be able to handle a 600 Mb driver package.

  • vkdev Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I agree. That stupid Boot Camp assistant hangs on 25% for days!!!

     

    I just want to forgot Mac OS completely(hate it, slow and buggy) and install Windows 7.

  • Csound1 Level 8 Level 8 (42,355 points)

    radiokid311 wrote:

     

    No not yet.  I've been reading further in some other posts and saw that someone said that there are only Boot Camp 4.0 windows software updates for the Mac Book Air and that the rest of us have no upgrade at the present time.  I'm not sure if that's true or not. Can anyone confirm that?

    That is not true.

  • stephenfromolney Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I bought an imac a year ago, tried to do the whole bootcamp thing. My problem is the same as the original posters problem. I have Lion. It's almost been a year, I've struggled without being able to use Windows for that long, but I can't wait any longer (for work). So is there a fix for this or not? Has Apple releases any kind of news about an update?

  • The hatter Level 9 Level 9 (60,600 points)

    Maybe Mountain Lion????

  • kisnord Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have this problem also, but i solved it yesterday. There is a bootcamp.dmg on your mac, open it, and you will see a lot of drivers. Copy all of the folders to your windows partition and install the required drivers. Now i have a fully working win7 on a mid 2011 mac mini. I hope this helps. The boot camp 4.0 cannot download the required drivers from the apple servers, but you can find those on your mac os x.

  • carlos.v.gonzalez Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    I think it's obvious what's going on, Apple don't want Mac Users to use BootCamp anymore. It's a simple download file on the server. Easy fix, so with all this users talking about the same problems and probably sent Apple messages warning about it and no response, it's the same with iMovie bad quality, or Aperture Update not available anymore for Snow Leopard. This is what apple became, I am reinstalling BootCamp, because the support for my MacBook 32 bits is better on Windows than on Apple, I can't have Archicad on Mac Since version 14, Windows support on my hardware until version 16, there's several apps that now are only Lion compatible making Snow Leopard users empty hands, but at the same time they support the same hardware on Windows. I understand the need to move apps and harware forward but I CAN NOT understande Microsoft Windows giving my MacBook better support than Apple!!!

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