Problem: After having installed Leopard, to update Windows drivers, you put the Leopard DVD in while in Boot Camp Windows. The new driver install did not occur. You also could not find Windows drivers on Leopard DVD. And, while in Leopard and starting up Boot Camp Assistant, there was no longer any way to make a Windows driver CD (or folder).
Solution: I had to right-click the DVD drive in Vista, and choose Show Windows Files rather than Show Mac Files. Presto, the setup for Windows drivers appeared.
If you have Mediafour’s MacDrive
installed in Windows, Mediafour says that when you right-click the DVD, you should choose “MacDrive -> Show Windows Files.” This is because the Leopard installation DVD is a multisession disc.