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    Default Snow Leopard beta Boot Camp Drivers: HFS Success!

    Hey Guys,

    Just finished a successful install of the updated Boot Camp drivers in the latest build of Snow Leopard 10A314.

    HFS support IS working, I can see my OS X HFS partition, view and open files. This is a read-only driver, and I cannot access some folders, such as my User folder (making it almost worthless ) Because I'm using x64 unsigned drivers, I must use Unsigned Driver mode when booting into windows.

    Here's the process I followed:

    My setup:
    2.4 Unibody Macbook(5,1) running 10.5.6 9J61
    Windows 7 RC1 x64 7100

    1) Locate and download the Boot Camp 3.0 update from the Snow Leopard beta 10A314 or 10A315. (Mininova...)

    2) Mount the ISO and move the contents to your Desktop under Windows.

    3) Boot into Windows.
    3a)[x64 ONLY]: When booting hold F8 and select:
    "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement"

    4)[x86]: Open the Boot Camp folder, and run Setup. Follow the prompts, and you're golden after restart. If running a 9400M Mac, do a Windows Update after installation and install to get the newest drivers. You're all set, HFS support should be working.

    Following steps are for x64 ONLY:

    4a)[x64 ONLY]: Go Start > All Programs > Accessories. Right Click Command Prompt, and select "Run as Administrator".

    Type "cd C:\Users\[YOUR USER NAME]\Desktop\Boot Camp\Boot Camp\Drivers\Apple"

    Keep in mind this is the path if you dumped the contents of the Boot Camp ISO to your desktop.

    Next type "start setup.exe"

    5) Run though the installation process, you will get multiple Unsigned Driver prompts, click "Install Anyway" for ALL prompts.

    At the end of the installation process, Windows will alert you that 2 unsigned drivers will not be loaded, and to uninstall whatever software or hardware installed them. IGNORE these, just hit OK.

    6) Restart, USE Unsigned Driver mode, or Windows 7 will rollback your installation to before you installed Boot Camp.

    7) HFS support should be working, do a Windows Update to get the latest 9400M if needed.


    Good Luck!
    Last edited by slsanity; 05-19-2009 at 12:15 AM.



 

 

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