I Have a 2011 Mac mini and I installed Windows 7 using Bootcamp. All the drivers are working fine, except the sound and the bluetooth. Since my internet connection is really lousy, I don't want to download a 100Mb drivers solution, I just need the Audio Controller, which I've been led to believe that it a Cirrus Logic CS4206B, but I haven't been able to find a single place to download the driver.
Can anyone point out any advice on how I can solve this? By providing a link to download the driver, or perhaps a way to extract it from somewhere, because bootcamp requires me to connect to internet to download the whole driver pack and I just can't do that.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
UPDATE: Just for the sake of information, my Mac is a mid 2011 Mac Mini, having a 2.3Ghz Core i5 and an 8Gb RAM kit installed by me.
UPDATE After a while, I managed to install the Cirrus Logic driver, so I-m marking the answer as correct, however, I get audio only in the internal speaker, no audio on the Jack. I'll try to reinstall using Bootcamp 3.2 and see what happens.
UPDATE It's been a while since I posted this question, but I'll say my current solution. After many different ideas and trying with almost every variation of the Cirrus driver, I was able to use the download Windows support drivers and everything worked like a charm, so in the end, it was the only option to get a proper bootcamp installation.