So I installed a copy of Windows XP on my macbook, and I'm having some issues with it. The installation was successful, but the software necessary to actually make windows work on my system isn't installing. There are two disks with apple software and drivers on them, and the first disk successfully installed bootcamp software on the windows partition. The second disk, however, is not being read by windows. I put it in and it registers that a CD is there, but it apparently has 0 bites of data on it. When I read the CD in OSX it appears to be a functioning disk with the normal information on it.
Now I assume this second disk has some missing software and drivers on it - while the built in camera is working, the right click and two finger scrolling function on the trackpad are not. It's also not recognizing my computer's wireless thingy and so I can't connect to the interbutts.
So I guess my question is, do I need another copy of windows or do I need to get the data off the second disk somehow? Whenver I boot into apple from windows there's the addition problem that it resets the clock to december 2000 and forgets wireless connections. Is that normal or further evidence that I need a new XP disk?