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Shuri

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Nov 23, 2011
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Hey guys,

I have got a macbook pro early 11 with windows 7 installed on it, so im able to play battlefield3 ;)

But it always bugged me, that when i reboot mac os in order of starting windows, i have to stay at the computer and wait, to hold ALT and telll him to boot win. So Id like to know, if theres any way, to tell the mac directly before the reboot process to reboot into windows?

Greetings, Shuri :)
 
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System Preferences > Startup Disk

In Windows, you can use the Boot Camp Utility (small icon in the Task Bar) to reboot to Mac OS X.
 
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Shuri

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Original poster
Nov 23, 2011
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System Preferences > Startup Disk

In Windows, you can use the Boot Camp Utility (small icon in the Task Bar) to reboot to Mac OS X.

Ok, but is there any way to make something to directly click on? An alias or so?
 
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