MacBook :: Install Windows 7 Using Bootcamp?

May 14, 2012

Now I get the no bootable device, and no combination of keyboard entries will change the screen. My Windows 7 DVD is real, but will not boot.

MacBook, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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MacBook Air :: Install Windows And Bootcamp On It?

Mar 18, 2012

I need to install Windows and Bootcamp on my macbook Air, due to a software tool a customer needs that only runs on windows.

The initial instructions say I cannot do this with a remote DvDplayer

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MacBook Pro :: Install Windows Using BootCamp Without CD Drive?

Jun 12, 2012

I need some softwares for my work (modelsim, altera, ltspices etc) but some of them only supports windows. New MBP doesnt seem to have a cd driver.How do I install windows using bootcamp without cd drivers?

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MacBook Pro :: How To Install Windows 7 In With Retina With Bootcamp

Jun 16, 2012

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MacBook Pro with Retina display, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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Apr 10, 2009

I searched for a while trying to find the answer but did not find it. I just installed Vista Business via Bootcamp. I am not able to access the internet or anything. If I read the help stuff right I need to use the OSX install disk to install the drivers. The problem is, I don't have the install disk. Is there any other way to get the drivers? Or am I just missing something easier?

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MacBook Air :: Can Install Bootcamp Windows Via The New USB Drive Method

Oct 22, 2010

I want to buy a new MBA and a copy of Windows 7 soon. Or do I need to get an external Superdrive for the bootcamp installation?

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MacBook Air :: Windows 7 Bootcamp - Final Install Size?

Oct 28, 2010

Can anyone tell me what the final install size will be for Windows 7 Home Premium after installing it in Bootcamp and downloading all the windows updates? I am trying to figure out how big I want to size my initial bootcamp partition.

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MacBook Air :: Can You Install Windows Using Remote Disk On Bootcamp?

Jan 9, 2009

Can you install XP/Vista on the MBA using remote disk during the bootcamp installation process or do you have to have the external super drive attached?

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Jun 17, 2009

I got the Windows RC1. I installed it perfectly with bootcamp on my macbook pro, no problems, no issues. On that install I partitioned the one and only drive in the notebook. I then went to install it on my Desktop mac pro. I wanted to allocate a complete drive to it, so I dropped in a WD blue in the 3rd bay. Formatted it, I tried both ways. Partitioning & dedicating the entire drive to windows 7. Neither worked. It started the install everything seemed normal until you get to the prompt screen to format the boot camp disk.

Your thoughts....
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MacBook Pro :: Can Install Windows 7 Via Bootcamp On The Hdd Installed In Optibay

Apr 1, 2010

I'm curious if you can install windows 7 or any windows for that matter on the hdd installed in the optibay and boot via bootcamp?

Has anyone tried this and if so does it work well?

I decided to keep my 15" mbp as today is the last day for the exchange so I'm going to go ahead and install the optibay and stick my 500gb hitachi drive in there.

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MacBook Air :: Can Install Windows 7 Via Bootcamp (MB Air) While Using Remote Disc

Apr 30, 2012

Can i install windows 7 via bootcamp (on my MB Air) while using remote disc? I put the windows 7 disk in my macbook pro drive, and connect to my brand new macbook air via remote disk. In bootcamp (on my air) i allocate the partition, then i click install, and bootcamp will not see the disk from my macbook pro's drive. How do i get the bootcamp assistant running on my MB air to automatically find the disk in my macbook pro with the ISO image of windows 7? The remote disk on my air can find the cd but bootcamp will not begin installing it. Anyway to do this without buying the damned usb drive?

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MacBook Pro :: Making A Partition With Bootcamp So Can Install Windows

Jul 1, 2014

After a raid 0 (2 SSDs) .. how do you go about making a partition with bootcamp so you can install windows ?

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MacBook :: Cloning Windows Vista Image To Install On BootCamp

May 29, 2009

I was wondering if there is anyway to pretty much copy a Vista partition on a Thinkpad T500 (university Laptop) onto a bootcamp partition, I would need to clone it because my university doesn't give us install discs, they load the OS on the laptop's as a image with all the program specific software, this would help because then I can use my mac for both OSX and class work.

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MacBook Pro :: Which Version Of Bootcamp Can Install On (13-inch - Mid 2010) To Have Windows 8 OS

Aug 29, 2014

I Recently installed on my MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010) windows7 and then updated to windows8. I'm now unable to install Bootcamp on the windows OS due to compatibility issues.

Is there a specific version of bootcamp that may work and if yes where can I find it?

MacBook Pro, OS X Mavericks (10.9.4), Windows 8.1

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Apr 13, 2012

Where can i download BootCamp in order to install windows 7 on my MacBook PRO? 

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Jun 1, 2010

I have a 2010 15" MacBook Pro 2.4 i5 that I am trying to install Windows 7 on using BootCamp. I have installed a partition using BootCamp of 45GB but once it prompts me to insert the Windows disk, I insert it but after a few seconds the machine ejects the disk without ever mounting or seemingly recognizing the disk.

I am trying to install Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit from a disk.

Can anyone offer any insight or help me figure out what the problem is? I have already tried rebooting and that doesn't work.

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Windows On Mac :: Bootcamp Error When Attempting To Install Windows?

Oct 3, 2010

my parents iMac 20" Core Duo is having issues. After bootcamp restarts the system I get an error on start up, a folder with a question mark shows up aswell as that prohibition logo How can I install Windows 7 on that machine?

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Windows On Mac :: Install Xp Sp1 By Formatting Partition To Windows Instead Of Bootcamp?

Feb 22, 2009

you cant use a windows xp sp1 disk to install windows xp onto your mac using bootcamp.What i wanted to know is if i partition my HD then format it to a recognizable format for windows installation disks, would i be able to install windows xp sp1 that way?or would the same principle apply as bootcamp and sp1 versions of xp are incapable of being installed on macs?

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Sep 3, 2009

Is there a way to install Windows on Bootcamp without it requiring you to enter the serial manually?

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Dec 21, 2010

If you have a late 2006/Early 2007 Core2Duo Macbook Pro (ideally UK-bought 2.33GHz), could you please attempt to do the following: Create a bootcamp partition and install Windows XP pro Install all the relevant updates to your bootcamp partition including Apple bootcamp utility updates Attempt to reboot from windows, either to OSX or back into windows again Let me know the result. I'm trying to investigate if there is an inherent fault in this batch of machines, as mine cannot successfully do this, and i think Apple have a case to answer for, though i may be wrong...

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Oct 16, 2010

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May 6, 2009

I was trying to install Windows 7 via Bootcamp last night - all went well until Win7 started up - it wanted me to type a Username for the default user. However, I have a wireless keyboard & mouse, and these didn't appear to be recognised (I think I might have to pair them later??). I had to abort the installation by hard resetting. Any way around this, without buying a wired keyboard & mouse?!

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Aug 30, 2009

do I have to install a 64 bit windows on my bootcamp mac pro partition? Will regular xp be unstable? Which windows 64 should I get? Xp or vista?

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Windows On Mac :: Can't Install Bootcamp 3.0 Win 7 64x

Sep 17, 2009

I've installed Windows 7 64x on my Macbook, now when I insert the Mac OS X disc that came with my Macbook I can install the Bootcamp64 file but when I insert the Snow Leopard disk to install Bootcamp 3.0 I can't install the Bootcamp64 or the 32 bit Bootcamp file. I really want the 3.0 version so that I can have the read capability for the Mac partition in Windows. When I try to install the Bootcamp64 it comes up saying "This installation requires elevated privilages. Launch the installer through setup.exe" When I run it through setup.exe however it comes up with the message saying that it Bootcamp64 is unsupported on this model. The same message would come up when I use the Leopard disks but I was able to bypass this by instaling it through the Bootcamp64 file found in the Apple drivers folder.

Can someone help me out here I need to get Bootcamp 3.0 installed, I think there are some 3rd party apps that can give you HTFS read capability but I don't want use those, I've looked at some they are horrible so don't suggest it!! Also I'm not a 64x fanatic, I'm using Windows64x because you need it to use 4GB ram.

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Feb 4, 2010

I am trying to install windows XP via bootcamp. But I am getting disk error right after first installation stage of windows XP. I was installing on Fat32 partition. Before this I was running windows 7 but I need to reinstall windows XP as I needed to use a software that only installs on windows XP.

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Windows On Mac :: Bootcamp 3.1 Won't Install - How To Install

May 28, 2010

I have a 27" iMac with an i7 CPU, 16GB RAM, 2TB HDD. It is running Windows 7 Ultimate x64 under bootcamp.

When I try to install bootcamp services it states "to install bootcamp services you need to running Windows XP SP2 or Windows Vista"

I then downloaded bootcamp services 3.1 from here:

It clearly states Windows 7 support, and is for X64.

Yet when I run it, it gives the same error stating I need to using Windows Vista or XP SP2.

does one install bootcamp services on a 27" iMac under Windows 7?

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Windows On Mac :: Possible To Install BootCamp On Win7 64-bit

Sep 16, 2010

Is it possible to install Boot Camp 3.0 or higher on Windows 7 64-bit when dual booting with Leopard? What I've been reading suggests I need the Snow Leopard disc for Boot Camp 3.0+ and Windows 7 compatibility, but I only have the Leopard OEM disc.

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Dec 11, 2010

1. New 11" macbook air. Set up partition for Windows XP SP2 using bootcamp. Prior to the Windows install I made the bootcamp driver install DVD per the instructions.

2. Windows installed fine. In Windows, went to install the bootcamp drivers from DVD I made and get this message: "bootcamp requires that your computer is running windows 7" And then I can't install the drivers.

Is there a limitation to running Windows 7 only?

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Windows On Mac :: Install MBP For Gaming In Bootcamp?

Mar 17, 2009

Just wondering which one will be best for me to install on my MBP for gaming in Bootcamp. Pros & cons of each?

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Windows On Mac :: When Put In The Isntall Cd It Gives Me Install Bootcamp / OSX?

Mar 31, 2009

im having problems getting the hardware drivers for the new MBP 15' 2.4ghz to install on windows. I've followed the instructions on the site.but when i put in the isntall cd it gives me two options. one being to install bootcamp/OSX (which i didn't want it to delete windows on that partition.)or it gives me the option to allow a macbook air to use my cd drive as it's own ( or something to that extent
i've tried searching the apple site and on these forums on help to this issue but no soloution yet.

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