all the best I don't think you're appreciating the context of the Apple article. Can anyone shed some light on this for me? Maybe I should just try Vista. How long should I wait? this content
Powered off and on multiple times since hten... Go to BIOS (press F10 on startup, before the Windows boot logo), and reset all to default. (Tested in Windows 7, probably the same for all OS) Manually revert boot order, You're nowhere near alone in this. This has been a nightmare.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... I selected the AppleHD and promptly loaded Boot Camp Assistant... I've actually installed Parallels desktop (trial) and tried it out.
As the BC documentation says, you still have to use the Windows Installer's format option to reformat the partition so that it's bootable. Okay so this has been giving me problems for the past hour or two.. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply DanielDMB, Jul 25, 2010 DanielDMB thread starter macrumors member Joined: Jul 25, 2010 #14 Let me try that. share|improve this answer edited Apr 24 '15 at 14:52 Excellll 9,72273350 answered Apr 24 '15 at 14:24 user48923 112 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up
You haven't "condemned" your computer, just confused it. Great program, minus the fact that I can't do one of the things I originally wanted to do with bootcamp. Please try again later. https://kb.wisc.edu/helpdesk/page.php?id=6692 Boot Camp makes it FAT32 but Windows doesn't like that (other operating systems can read/write >32GB FAT32 partitions).
Any other ideas would be appreciated. When I thought I had successfully removed Windows 7, I powered off the laptop and when I turned it back on, I have a black screen that says non-system disk press Do you have access to a Mac OS X installation disk or USB stick (any version)? All rights reserved.
View Public Profile Find More Posts by burky79 macnewb101 Fresh-Faced Recruit Join Date:Aug 2008 Status: Offline Aug 15, 2008, 04:46 AM I've been reading and trying to figure out his explanation Fortunately, this isn't anywhere near as onerous as it would be with Windows. Restart your Mac holding the Option key. So here I am atm.
The message on the apple support center says : "After creating a Windows partition in Boot Camp 2.0 in Mac OS X 10.5, then rebooting from the Windows XP installer CD, http://winhq.net/disk-error/disk-error-press-any-key-to-restart-win-7.html share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply DanielDMB, Jul 25, 2010 DanielDMB thread starter macrumors member Joined: Jul 25, 2010 #18 Alright Windows installed, and View Public Profile Find More Posts by dtfreak05 dysturb.net Fresh-Faced Recruit Join Date:Mar 2008 Status: Offline Mar 8, 2008, 05:20 PM had the exact same problems as described above... If you're having disc errors, is she using a copy or the original SP2 CD?
Select the Bootcamp partition that was created and then it will ask you to select the file system. Bootcamp has a "remove windows" options that probably required, that is why is there. View Public Profile Find More Posts by sek929 burky79 Fresh-Faced Recruit Join Date:Aug 2008 Status: Offline Aug 4, 2008, 09:58 AM Hello MacNN Forums! have a peek at these guys When I do start to reinstall the OSX disk, I don't see any drives in the destination file to install on.
Anonymous form close (x) Front Page Mac Blog iOS Blog Roundups AirPort Apple Car Apple Deals Apple Pay Apple Stores Apple TV Apple VR Project The one you want to select is "Format the file system using the NTFS file system
I'm not really sure what to do at this point except try to find another Windows XP SP2 CD. All rights reserved. WELCOME! View Public Profile Find More Posts by joeyaudio ghporter Administrator Join Date:Apr 2001 Location:San Antonio TX USA Status: Offline Apr 16, 2008, 09:04 AM I don't see these hassles
Formerly called "BOOTCAMP" and after our manipulation surely "WINDOWS". Make sure you don't select "Leave it the way it is" during the installation... share|improve this answer answered Mar 6 '13 at 3:18 Rouben 1883 After I held down the option button the only disk there is the windows and not the Macintosh check my blog You tell me again that it is a formatting problem etc etc ...
Experiencing problems? Start up the computer with the Windows XP disc inserted then press and hold the OPTION/ALT key until you get to the boot menu. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply iLog.Genius, Jul 25, 2010 iLog.Genius macrumors 601 Joined: Feb 24, 2009 Location: Toronto, Ontario #5 I think it Related : Unable to install Windows XP via BOOTCAMP How to install windows xp via pen drive (Solved) Unable to Install windows XP over windows 7 [Solved] (Solved) How to install
So yeah, it's anything but a standard off-the-shelf CD. Thanks for the help! Easy Steps 268,357 views 7:09 Mac Boot Keys - Duration: 5:12. View Public Profile Find More Posts by scaught ghporter Administrator Join Date:Apr 2001 Location:San Antonio TX USA Status: Offline Oct 29, 2007, 11:33 AM That would be the next