Apple has posted a Boot Camp update ( for the recently refreshed 13-inch MacBook Pro. It’s available for users running either 32- or 64-bit versions of Windows on their Macs.

Boot Camp is designed to simplify Windows installation on a Mactel by providing a simple graphical step-by-step assistant application to dynamically create a second partition on the hard drive for Windows, to burn a CD with all the necessary Windows drivers, and to install Windows from a Windows installation CD. After installation is complete, users can choose to run either Mac OS X or Windows when they restart their computer.

According to Apple, the Boot Camp update fixes an issue “that causes the Boot Camp Control Panel applet to display an error when the brightness tab is selected and an issue that results in no headphone sound.” The 32-bit update is 1.5 MB, and requires a 13-inch MacBook Pro running Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7. The 64-bit version is 1.03 MB and supports Windows Vista and Windows 7. Both updates require the latest version of Boot Camp (3.1) be installed.