1. anon(5718668)'s Avatar
    Hi there,

    I recently installed Windows 7 (x64) on my 13" MacBook Pro (Late 2012) but, after installing the 5.1 Boot Camp drivers, when I restart, I get a BSOD with error message 0x007.

    Through a process of elimination, I've figured that the error is caused by the Intel drivers (possibly the display).

    Obviously I can just go ahead and install the other drivers and download the latest drivers from Intel.

    But I was wondering whether anyone else had experienced a similar issue?
    11-23-2014 08:53 AM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    I installed Windows Vista on my MacBook a few years back, but I don't recall needing to install any boot camp "drivers". That's not to say that I didn't. I just don't remember. Anyway, hopefully, other members will offer a reply and/or suggestions soon. Take care...
    11-23-2014 02:00 PM
  3. anon(5718668)'s Avatar
    If anyone's interested, what I did was delete the Intel folder from the Boot Camp support software folder and installed Boot Camp normally through the set up.

    I then downloaded the appropriate driver from Intel and installed that separately. No BSOD and we're away!
    11-23-2014 02:03 PM

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