My new Mac Mini Server is running OS X Lion Server 10.7.3.
I want to install Windows 7 as a dual boot. I start up Boot Camp and use an ISO image to create a USB boot disk. I don't seem to be able to use the DVD to install, so I use an ISO image on disk. I continue with the Boot Camp installation, with all three options on the main screen checked.
When I get to the part where I have to pick a partition on which to install, the only one I can select, and must format, is the partition labeled
BOOTCAMP. But the Boot Camp support software for Windows is installed there.
I can continue with the Windows installation, and boot into Windows 7 with no problem. But since the Boot Camp drivers were wiped out, I cannot connect to the network, etc. I don't have a Boot Camp control panel either.
I did this once before on my other Mac Mini Server I have, running the same OSX Lion Server 10.7.3, and it worked without a problem. I'm writing this message on that copy of Windows. But this new install just will not work, after two days of trying. I must get this working. I'm stumped.