Bootcamp question

Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by ripfrankwhite, May 20, 2006.

  1. ripfrankwhite macrumors regular

    ripfrankwhite

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    I've install Windows on my new MacBook and Windows boots by default. How do I set my default OS as OS X? Thanks.
     
  2. ripfrankwhite thread starter macrumors regular

    ripfrankwhite

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    Nevermind. I used the Startup Disk and took care of it. :)
     
  3. Compatiblepoker macrumors regular

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    For those interested if you hold down the option key when starting up your Mac you will be given an option between OS.
     
  4. nyzrox macrumors member

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    Or, if your a MacMini user, hold down Menu on the little remote control :D

    Bootcamp is not even needed to run windows on the mac natily anyways, i only used it to burn the drivers cd, then booted off XP disk, deleted Mac OSX Parition and created a 60GB parition for windows and installed it, ran that cd for drivers - job done. i have a spear 15gb parition if needed for Mac OSX as to when i want to use it.
     

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