|Mar 24, 2013, 11:37 AM||#1|
Bootcamp - New iMac - no superdrive help
Please goe easy on me
This is my first iMac (late 2012 no cd drive model)
I have no superdrive and I want to install bootcamp on my imac
I have windows 7 on my old laptop and a product key - I dont have the installation CD
I've done lots of googleling but don't know how to make a new bootable windows image file that doesn't have all my old files etc off old pc - i want a fresh install basically.
Is there a way to create a fresh install image file and install bootcamp from a externaldrive with this fresh image file on so I dont have to buy a superdrive.
Hope that makes sense
|Mar 25, 2013, 10:47 AM||#5|
But, to be safe you should always backup!
So, no superdrive needed, oh and if you ever want to buy a external there are much cheaper ones on Ebay.
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