Good job dude! I wasnt aware of these and have been waiting for them.aaron.lee2006 said:Just thought I show that there was an addition to the BootCamp page. Mac pro Drivers have been added. Sorry if this is a repost. http://www.apple.com/macosx/bootcamp/publicbeta.html
-----jsbaileymac said:I followed the Bootcamp instructions to the letter creating a 32 GB partition for Windows XP on my new MAC PRO..
When I tried to install Windows XP, a response was needed at the blue screen: New install (enter), Repair, R or F3 to exit. My keyboard was dead and if I tried to reboot, the CD with XP on it tried to install again – couldn’t get the CD out. The mouse was dead as well. Apple care was unable to help.
Has anyone had this problem? Should I have installed the CD that Bootcamp created before trying to install Window XP?
You need to use a USB keyboard during installation. If you have a USB Mighty Mouse you need to unplug this before starting. With regards to AppleCare, Apple do not offer any support for problems with installing XP:jsbaileymac said:My keyboard was dead and if I tried to reboot, the CD with XP on it tried to install again couldnt get the CD out. The mouse was dead as well. Apple care was unable to help.
Seanhttp://www.apple.com/macosx/bootcamp/terms.html said:Apple has provided, as part of the Apple Software package, access to certain third party software as a convenience. To the extent that the Apple Software contains third party software, Apple has no express or implied obligation to provide any technical or other support for such software. Please contact the appropriate software vendor or manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service related to its software and products