After years of patience! atlast now the trackpad of your white apple macbook, which was thought to be old and support for its trackpad drivers to work properly in windows operating system was being considered not to be considered! has atlast been able to tap to click via your macbook trackpad.
Apple launched the better version of the trackpad drivers with the release of the Bootcamp version 3.0 These drivers work for the trackpad and enable tap to click with it. I got them with snowleopard, mac osx version 1.6.
Simply update your bootcamp, and goto your bootcamp menu from the windows taskbar.
There click on the boot camp sign (tilted grey square). This will open the option list to select from.
From the options select the Boot Camp Control Panel. This will take you to the boot camp control panel to edit the settings related to startup disk selection, brightness control, remote control, keyboard options, trackpad options and power options.
In the boot camp control panel, click on the Trackpad to goto trackpad options.
The trackpad options menu in the boot camp control panel gives pretty cool, long awaited options for the trackpad and tap/click for windows users (xp, vista, seven). Simply select the options that you want to be active, like Tap to click, dragging, drag lock, secondary click with two fingers tap and also to turn on palm rejection to avoid any accidental input while typing by automatically ignoring it.
After making selection regarding trackpad options on macbook running windows(xp, vista, seven) Simply click apply and ok to save the changes.
Now just try tapping on the trackpad and also double finger tap to see it right click! voila! Finally our old macbook is new with the new drivers!
Edit: You can download the Apple MacBook BootCamp 3.0 drivers via this
TORRENT LINK (link not working now http://torrents.thepiratebay.org/5054638/Bootcamp_Driver_3.0_for_Windows_32bit___64bit_(from_Snow_Leopard.5054638.TPB.torrent ).