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When you use Boot Camp to install Windows on your Mac, you’ll need to re-partition your drive. You’ll also need a USB drive at least 8 GB in size. The Boot Camp Assistant will copy the Windows installation files from an ISO file or physical disc to a USB drive. Windows will install itself on your Mac from this USB drive. The latest Windows drivers will also ...


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Short answer: Yes. Long answer: Yes, but you should be careful. If you point your library to the folder that contains the OSX-iTunes Library, you can easily break your Windows-iTunes Library AND your OSX-iTunes Library. I'd just open your entire Music Library, stored in your OS X partition, into Windows-iTunes, and keep your Windows-iTunes library pointed ...


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My solution; NOT TESTED ON a FUSION DRIVE MAC 1. go to disk utility and partition your HDD into 2, then delete the empty partition leaving you with free space(unallocated space), after which continue as normal on the windows install process but this time the empty partition will show up, select it and there should be no install problem. download bootcamp ...


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I'm interpreting this question as being a problem with the .iso not being recognized by the wizard function within bootcamp (when it asks to create a bootable USB Drive from the windows .iso) (btw, win 7 isos are available for direct download from MS at - http://www.techverse.net/download-windows-7-iso-x86-x64-microsofts-official-servers/) I encountered ...


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Once you plug in your headset, go to the control panel / audio devices. Set the property of the recording device from headset to standalone mic and switch the boost to full. It is by no means perfect as the sound is fairly weak but the best I managed to get out of it...


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I was stuck with this challenge last night as well. After 10 hours, I finally have resolved this. As it turns out, not all OSX are the same. For example, I have Macbook Pro Retina, iMac, and Mac Pro. ClaitonLovatoJr's solution works on Macbook Pro Retina but not iMac or Mac Pro. Here is why: iMac (2014) and Mac Pro (2014) have different types of ...



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