Boot Camp Windows Xp Disc Error
Category Howto & Style License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... I didn't have the Mac OSX disk with me to finish, so he said i could just wait, do all the install stuff at home based off the instructions online. The installer will continue the setup. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply iLog.Genius, Jul 26, 2010 iLog.Genius macrumors 601 Joined: Feb 24, 2009 Location: Toronto, Ontario #25 Did you try have a peek here
Your firmware does not support this. Future plans include finding a Bootable CD to format the C:/ drive and bypassing this stupid setup bug. I called him, asked for a little help, but he doesn't know what I did. The one you want to select is "Format the file system using the NTFS file system
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so, to solve this problem, looks like you do have to format, not convert. Use the Boot Camp Utility to delete the Windows partition, run Disk Utility to make sure nothing got messed up, (probably reboot just to be sure), and try again. All rights reserved. and yes, I went for the full format not Quick format.6.
UPDATE: I've gotten it to work by having the Windows XP installer format the partition NTFS (*not* convert...actually format it). Plus, now it won't even start in Safe Mode. ie. Boot Camp Windows Xp Drivers Tips for work-life balance when doing postdoc with two very young children and a one hour commute Is it dangerous to compile arbitrary C?
I did that. Boot Camp Windows Xp Home Ya' follow? Any other idears? It sounds like this was part of your problem originally.
Fortunately, this isn't anywhere near as onerous as it would be with Windows. Mac Boot Camp Windows Xp If it does you will need to recreate the XP Pro w/ SP2 disk without this file. I got my hands on a slipstreamed version, and right enough it proposed to format the drive I wanted to install windows on. Zero Emission Tanks Why does the cursor type vary?
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Everything in that session went perfect... iMac is mid 2007 24" 64 bit (says profiler/other internal monitors). Boot Camp Windows Xp Sp2 View Public Profile Find More Posts by joeyaudio ghporter Administrator Join Date:Apr 2001 Location:San Antonio TX USA Status: Offline Apr 16, 2008, 08:04 AM I don't see these hassles Boot Camp Windows Xp Sp3 Remove the file from the disk and try with media not containing that file and when I select on BOOTCAMP partition it now gives several different options to choose from (before
There is an option in the installer to format to NTFS or FAT32. Windows proposed me to choose my partition so I choose C :/.... I selected the Boot Camp Partition, and then I hit the Format to NFTS file (Quick) and that was it. Check This Out I'm slowly getting there.
I know because I let it sit there for a while when I went out to lunch. Boot Camp Windows Xp Sp1 Glenn -----OTR/L, MOT, Tx View Public Profile Find More Posts by ghporter carterx Mac Enthusiast Join Date:Jan 2007 Location:Canada Status: Offline Nov 24, 2007, 10:38 AM I know, my bad.
Bringing that to the party right off the bat could be causing some problems.
Basically just what Apple says it's supposed to be. View Public Profile Find More Posts by scaught ghporter Administrator Join Date:Apr 2001 Location:San Antonio TX USA Status: Offline Oct 28, 2007, 05:10 PM Windows has a huge problem I don't, the thing just install itself .. Apple Boot Camp Windows Xp Find More Posts by turtle777 joeyaudio Fresh-Faced Recruit Join Date:Mar 2008 Status: Offline Apr 15, 2008, 11:06 PM I bit the bullet and had a Apple computer tech install
What is the difference between a functional and an operator? What you need to do is turn on your computer then press and hold the Option key down to boot back into the Windows installer (this will allow you to surely If you have a solution, it's well appreciated! http://hammerofcode.com/boot-camp/boot-camp-install-disc-error.php Working...
Your actual problem is with the DVD itself. All seems well now. I didn't think that it would still be trying to select the disk drive to boot from, especially after I took away that partition. Hmmm.
Restart your Mac holding the Option key. Still unresponsive. ( Last edited by scaught; Oct 28, 2007 at 09:44 PM. ) View Public Profile Find More Posts by scaught ghporter Administrator Join Date:Apr Not the answer you're looking for? All I see is the hard disk named windows, and whatever CD I have in it at the time.
The file new.iso will be created on your desktop. Go into the OSX and "System Preferences" Click on Startup Disk and select Macintosh HD. Since Boot Camp automatically creates the partition with the FAT32 format, I don't know how you can make that happen. It says that if you try to install WITHOUT letting Boot Camp format the partition it created, THEN you have a problem.
the Windows installation files with the choice of the partition, install and reboot with the same message (Hold on ...) and so on. Glenn -----OTR/L, MOT, Tx View Public Profile Find More Posts by ghporter turtle777 Clinically Insane Join Date:Jun 2001 Location:planning a comeback ! Choose a low resolution, no greater than 1024Xwhatever, choose any color depth, and "OK" your way out. Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Sans Serif Small Sans Serif Medium (Default) Serif Small Serif Medium Go to Page...