If you are interested in the webcam/... Windows drivers that Apple released with BootCamp you should folow the next instructions:
\- Download BootCamp from the Apple website
\- Run the BootCamp installer, a "Boot Camp Assistant" icon will appear in the /Applications/Utilities/ folder.
\- Right Click on the "Boot Camp Assistant" icon and select "Show Package Contents"
\- Enter the "Contents/Resources" folder
\- Double Click on the "DiskImage.dmg" file to mount it
\- In the mounted "MacintoshDrivers" drive you will find a Windows executable called "Install Macintosh Drivers for Windows XP.exe"
\- Copy that executable to your virtual machine
\- execute it in windows and follow the instructions
Hope this helps.
>Yes, it's at "/Applications/Utilities/Boot Camp Assistant.app/Contents/Resources/DiskImage.dmg".
Eric, I think sjackwu is talking about extracing the .dmg from the Boot Camp package download. For that you need Pacifist. Pacifist is available here:
This is a bit of opening a set of Russian dolls. If you download the Boot Camp.dmg, use Pacifist to extract the Boot Camp drivers.dmg from the Boot Camp.pkg, then install the Boot Camp drivers in the guest os.
@sjackwu: There's no risk in installing the Boot Camp Assistant. The latest version does not require you to burn a CD. After you extract the Boot Camp drivers you can just toss the Assistant in the Trash.
Eric, I think sjackwu is talking about extracing the .dmg from the Boot Camp package download.
Yeah, I realized that about 30 seconds after posting, then went and made sure Pacifist actually worked before correcting myself. I blame it on being early