Here are the steps I took:
- Installed Windows 7 on a Mac mini using Boot Camp
- Installed Apple’s Boot Camp tools on Windows 7
Now, when I start the Mac mini, I get the “Windows Starting...” screen. After that, the monitor (Packard Bell L15K) goes black, and shows me its own message:
MODE NOT SUPPORTED H:63.9KHZ V:59.9KHZ
It worked fine before I installed Apple’s Boot Camp tools, and I can start up Windows successfully in Safe Mode, so I assume something must have gone wrong with the graphics driver they installed.
The monitor is conected to the Mac mini using a VGA-to-MiniDisplayPort adapter, so I’m not sure if that’s buggering up Windows 7’s ability to detect what settings it should use for the monitor.
What I don’t know is how I can change the display settings of Windows to work when I can’t start up except in Safe Mode.