Apparently, the trackpad driver in later model MacBooks (those with multi-touch trackpads) has trackpad tap-to-click support. Is there any way to enable this in Boot Camp on a first-generation MacBook?
I'm running with the latest Boot Camp update (2.1) and Apple drivers. I've tried both XP+SP3, Vista, and Windows 7 RC under Boot Camp and haven't been able to figure this out in either environment.
I'm not sure in Windows 7, but in XP SP3 it is an option in the Boot Camp item under Control Panel.
After you install all the junk from the OSX DVD, there should be a Boot Camp icon in the Control Panel (should look like this). There is a "Keyboard" or "Mouse" tab in there which will give you the options for tapping, right-tapping, multi-touch, etc.
It seems that this solution is only available with the newer unibody MacBook Pros, and may not work for everyone. Check out the comments thread for more info.
I've all the features working on mousepad in Windows 7 64 Bit. Single tap on the trackpad, 2 finger tap for right click... finally got everything working on my Macbook 2008 (White) for Windows 7 64 Bit. Its pretty fast for my 2GB RAM, booting up, shutting down. Upgraded my HDD from 160GB 5400rpm to 500GB 7200 RPM. Divided equally into 250/250 gig....