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Old Feb 2, 2013, 07:57 AM   #1
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Late 2006 MacBook Pro trying to install Windows 7 using a flash drive

Hi Everyone,

I have a late 2006 MacBook Pro, Core 2 Duo 2.33GHz, 3GB RAM, and 160GB Hard Drive, ATI Radeon X1600 and running Snow Leopard and I ran into a little problem. Currently, my CD/DVD rom does not work and I am trying to install Windows using Boot Camp 3.0.4. Since Boot Camp 3.0 does not support bootable usb installation and would I be able to install Windows using Boot Camp 4.0? Now, my question is would I be able to run Windows 7 on this late 2006 MBP and still have the correct drivers from Boot Camp 4.0? Would there be any other options I could explore other than getting an external CD/DVD ROM or using Boot Camp 4.0?

Thanks for all your help!!!

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