As far as Microsoft vs Apple, I'm in an awkward place. I love them both, but sadly that doesn't mean they love each other.
As some of you know, Microsoft released a developer preview of Windows 8 on Tuesday. Being an early adopter, I ran off and blew $40 on some DVD's just so I could use one of them. I got home, burned the ISO, and installed Windows 8 on my boot camp partition.
I already had Windows 7, but I figured I should just start clean. I formatted the Windows partition, and then continued on with installation. Sadly, this erased the drivers that I can't install anymore.
I booted into Windows 8, installed all the updates, and played around. Of course I immediately noticed that my scrolling, right clicking, sound, etc. weren't working.
I opened up my Time Capsule in Explorer (this is where my "WindowsSupport" folder is located) and went to run the installer, but it failed. Installing boot camp this way worked perfectly in Windows 7.
I have a 13" baseline MacBook Pro from November 2010, my Time Capsule was purchased in August after the refresh (3TB) and my boot camp files were downloaded about a week after that.
Does anyone know how I can get the drivers to install?