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What you can buy is an upgrade. Specifically, you will get an .exe file that you can use (in Windows) to generate an iso file with which you can install Windows in Parallels on the Mac. You won't be able to activate it since your product key is only an upgrade key but you will have the option on the activation screen to buy a new key. You'll have to ask ...


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That's Easy to activate tap to click in windows 7 on bootcamp you mean tapping is not working and u must push pad hardly how to solve? just do right click on bootcamp icon on traybar go to bootcamp control panel last tab "TrackPad" activate the Tap to click


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You could boot into recovery mode and reinstall Mavericks. Don't worry it won't delete your data.


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If you do NOT want a virtual instance of Windows and you want to boot into Windows 8, you will have to use bootcamp. This is version of Boot Camp you should be using for Windows 8 (64-bit): Boot Camp Support Software 5.0.5033 Try creating a Bootable USB / Pen Drive of Windows 8 (64-bit) and try booting through the drive using Alt: Here is the Guide to ...


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Just add what you have tried to avoid people adding that. Have tried the following 1. Run Disk Utility by booting into OS X recovery mode 2. Safe boot 3. Reset NVRAM 4. Reinstall Mavericks


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Strange or inconsistent hardware behavior may be related to the NVRAM (for Intel-based Macs) or PRAM (for PowerPC-based) of your Macbook. Issues related to NVRAM/PRAM may include USB ports that don't function, speaker volume misbehaving, strange things happening with your screen or screen resolution, etc. If you're experiencing issues in any of these areas, ...



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