Musharraf's opponents have objected to the process and the Supreme Court is reviewing the case before permitting release of official results.
Of a total of 1,170 lawmakers eligible to vote, 671 cast their ballots for Musharraf.
Abandoning his trademark military uniform, Musharraf dismissed the idea that the boycott undermined the validity of the election. "Democracy means majority, whether there is opposition or no opposition," he said.
Pakistan ruler General Pervez Musharraf arrives at the President's house in Islamabad, Pakistan, Saturday, Oct 6, 2007. Unofficial results showed Musharraf winning Saturday's presidential election, but the Supreme Court could still disqualify the military leader. AP Photo/B.K.Bangash via Yahoo News.