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Brilliant fix, works perfectly. Thanks so much for this. Two things I'd like to add: 1. If you use WinRAR to extract the BootCamp64.msi file and run it from within the command prompt window, it will automatically invoke WinRAR functions. You need to right-click the file on your desktop, select properties and change the Opens With default from Command line RAR to Windows installer. Then it will install properly from the command line. 2. Regedt32 and Regedit are now interchangeable (in Win7). Entering either in the Run box will open the same Registry Editor. At one time, with Win XP, you could use either editor, but only one of them had a search/find facility. (I forget which one).