I'm setting up my Mac Book Air for a Windows-only boot setup. It already had r EFIt on it, I just connected a Windows 7 boot thumb drive, and away I went.However, it seems Apple does not let you download Bootcamp drivers outside of their assistant tool.
The supported devices include Bluetooth adapters, card readers, web cameras, graphics card and network adapters.Boot Camp Update is a software package that includes the drivers and applications required to run Windows on an Intel-based Macintosh computer.The package allows Windows to properly recognize and access the installed hardware.I ran it, and it downloaded the files to C:\NVIDIA\Display Driver6.97\Win8_Win Vista_Win7_ 64\English. And right away said "NVIDIA Installer cannot continue.The graphics driver could not find compatible graphics hardware." I've tried multiple times and got the same thing each time. I've never done this before and am basically an idiot when it comes to graphics drivers.
I have a late 2009 21.5 inch i Mac running Lion and Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit on Boot Camp. I went onto the NVIDIA website, went to the drivers section, and ran the automatic scan thing.