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no wireless internet - dual boot winXP on mac

I have a mac which I partitioned using bootcamp into 3 partitions. One for the mac osX, one for unix and one for windows. I put mac osX on first and joined to the wireless network setup in my house, no problem. I then installed winXP on the other partition but cannot get any internet. There is no wireless network icon coming up on the lower bar, as it should. And in the hardware list there are a lot of yellow exclamation marks for ethernet etc.
Please advise?

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I missed a step.

I read you installed winXP but you didn't reveal if you used the drivers Apple supplied.

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re: drivers

Thanks for the reply. Sorry to sound stupid. But what drivers? I thought all drivers would be installed from the windows installation disk.

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Just a link about it.

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