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Old Oct 18, 2012, 01:47 AM   #1
adellachris
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Bootcamp not giving partition option(USB)

okay so, i have my iso, my usb, and bootcamp ready to go.

first off, i only get two options in the beginning, download windows support and install windows 7. every video/tut I've looked at they all have three options. so i click both of them, which the first time it copied those windows support files into the wrong folder. after i figured that out, and moved them to the usb, i clicked continue. when allotting the gigs, instead of there being a clickable button saying partition, it says install. I'm not sure if thats bad or anything, but I've noticed everyone else's says partition. But, i click install, says install disc not found. The iso is in my usb, along with the windows support files. I'm on a macbook pro early 2011, lion 10.7.4

im not at all a mac person, this is my girlfriends. I'm not against them, i just want my gaming freedom. i tried running vmware on this computer, but she only has 4gb ram, so i figured it'd be easier, and cheaper than expanding the memory.

and btw, I'm not just a newb asking for help, I've literally been trying different methods for week to get this game working

any help would be greatly appreciated, dragon nest is calling me...
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Old Oct 18, 2012, 05:02 PM   #2
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well if no one has an answer, direct to any other mac forums i can post this in.

thanks.
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Old Oct 21, 2012, 10:05 AM   #3
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well if no one has an answer, direct to any other mac forums i can post this in.

thanks.
I can't speak to your problem, but it might help to look at you tube. When I last did a bootcamp install, I noticed something I had missed that way.
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Old Oct 23, 2012, 05:30 AM   #4
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I can't speak to your problem, but it might help to look at you tube. When I last did a bootcamp install, I noticed something I had missed that way.
thats how i know that I'm missing the partition option, but ill go and check it out.
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Old Nov 5, 2012, 05:14 AM   #5
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I followed the instructions on this page and hacked the Boot Camp Assistant info.plist file.

The option was then available to my late 2011 MBP:

http://adam.hathcock.us/how-to-enabl...ate-usb-instal
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