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I've lost my Mac OSX Snow Leopard CD.

Where can I find BootCamp drivers and the latest driver-updates?

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

What about the official Apple site?

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There you can only get the updates, can't you? – Svish Jun 21 '10 at 7:53
@Svish correct, to my knowledge. – Darth Android Jun 21 '10 at 8:24… | |… ... < In my opinion if one got the license, it doesn't matter how he obtains the given software. And if one talks about upload...whats the problem if I help for others who also lost it? :) – Shiki Jun 21 '10 at 9:45
Please be careful about The Pirate Bay (or any other such site), there is no guarantee that the files are not "infected". – Nivas Jun 22 '10 at 6:43
True. Try VirusTotal or scanning it with a live Disc, check comments ALWAYS. (Install an Avast Free! on the bootcamp, set it to high prior and start.) – Shiki Jun 22 '10 at 7:01

After losing my own disk, I was completely unable to find a simple download from anywhere on the internet.

If you don't have a friend from whom you can borrow a copy of the disk, then under the assumption that you have bought the software or are otherwise legally licensed to possess a copy, I'd suggest you look into "alternate" methods of obtaining a copy or image of the disk.

(On a side note, I'm not sure if this kind answer is allowed on SuperUser, as I could find nothing in the FAQ or the meta site. I'm not by any means suggesting that you use any piece of software illegally, regardless of the perceived morality. I figure you'll either stay within the law, or you weren't going to in the first place. If a mod wants to clarify on this, please comment.)

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I can confirm that you can find the drivers on the more shady places of the internet. – Gerrit Jul 3 '10 at 19:54

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