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I'm running fully updated snow leapord on a new model imac.

I am unable to boot into macosx. I do have build 7600 of windows 7 that the computer will automatically boot to.

I do not have the bootcamp manager on windows 7.

The computer is not recognizing any held down keys when I try to either boot from cd or force macosx boot or anything.

How can I get the computer to load up osx?

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What type of keyboard? USB? Bluetooth? – Stephen Jennings Apr 24 '10 at 4:58

If you install the Boot Camp Utility, you can use it to set the startup disk to the Mac OS X volume.

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I can't find the bootcamp utility. only an upgrade from vista – Jonathan Mayhak Apr 24 '10 at 5:03
    
If you insert the Mac OS X DVD while Windows is booted up, you will find the Boot Camp Utility installer on it. – Stephen Jennings Apr 24 '10 at 5:49

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