Download BootCamp windows7 drivers article include all the things that you need to know about How install windows7 BootCamp on your Macintosh.
This part is for users those have installed Windows7 System, and they need only the BootCamp Drivers (Windows7 drivers)
You can start downloading the BootCamp drivers, it will take time as the package size is 600MB
Drivers for iMac
Drivers for MacBook Air
Drivers for Mac Pro
Drivers for Mac Book Pro
<Download BootCamp> (Test on MacBook Pro 13″) (Free sign-up)
Drivers for Mac Mini
<Download BootCamp> (Tested on Mac Mini 2012 new i5 4gb ram) this is 4Shared link (Free sign-up) – dedicated to Peter
After the download is completed, extract the “rar” file and run “Setup” (It will start as a simple wizard) installed in their system.
Important: Install the driver’s manually only if the setup does not run properly!
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The real fact that I had created BootCamp windows7 drivers article is because last night I had installed windows 7 on my new iMac i5 22″ and after the installation was completed I recognized that the fuc**** System doesn’t installs the drivers automatically!
I tried to do a Google search for “BootCamp drivers windows 7″ or” BootcCamp for windows 7 download” without success! You can’t find any website that provides direct download of the drivers.
The only way you can get BootCamp windows7 drivers is after you had created the windows partition on the “Bootcamp assistant” (Mac OSX system) there is an option to download the drivers and burn it to DVD or copy to External Disk.
This part is for users those who want to install Windows 7 on Macintosh(BootCamp)
What do I need to install Windows 7 on Macintosh?
Windows 7 system requires Mac OS X v10.7 Lion or Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard and the BootCamp 3.1 Update.
Do all Intel-based Macs support Windows 7 System?
All Intel-based Macs support Windows 7 using BootCamp 3.1 except these:
iMac (17-inch, Early 2006)
iMac (17-inch, Late 2006)
iMac (20-inch, Early 2006)
iMac (20-inch, Late 2006)
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2006)
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Late 2006)
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2006)
MacBook Pro (17-inch, Early 2006)
Mac Pro (Mid 2006, Intel Xeon Dual-core 2.66GHz or 3GHz)
How do I install Windows 7 on Macintosh?
A. Tutorial from apple site
B. Another article that would further assist you (include pictures)
C. My Introduction 8 easy steps to install BootCamp windows7 on Macintosh (for advanced users)
1. Boot on OSX System recommended 10.7 Lion.
2. Navigate to Applications ->Utilities and double-click BootCamp Assistant.
3. Decide how much space you want to allocate to Windows 7. (My recommendation 50GB Minimum).
4. After you decide the size click the Partition button. (The partitioning itself doesn’t take particularly long).
5. Now insert your Windows 7 DVD and click the Start Installation button.
6. Your Mac will restart, and Windows 7 will boot. You’ll be prompted with a window asking you which partitions do you want to install Windows on. Select the one with BOOTCAMP in the Name column. Selecting anything else may wipe out OS X or cause serious problems. Then select the Drive options (advanced) link.
7. With the BOOTCAMP volume still selected, click the Format link and after click OK.
8. Windows 7 will begin to install and when it’s completed your Mac will automatically boot back into Windows 7 partition, that’s it, you’re done!
From now on your Macintosh always boot into the windows partition, if you want to boot from your Macintosh partition:
Restart your computer and hold down the Option (alt button) key to select which Operating System you want to boot into.
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