|Nov 6, 2006, 11:17 PM||#2|
Not sure if this will work in this situation, but hold down "CMD-X" on startup and it should force booting into OS-X.
Otherwise, hold down "option" on power-up and keep it pressed until you get a selection of boot volumes.
Try holding down the trackpad button on power-up to eject CD.
I'll be interested in what happens, as I'll be installing XP through BootCamp soon. (as soon as the store gets my 17" C2D in....)
|Nov 6, 2006, 11:22 PM||#3|
And it worked - I was very relieved...
I'm trying one of the other XP discs I have now...
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