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That's happening because the boot order was not changed. Go to BIOS (press F10 on startup, before the Windows boot logo), and reset all to default. (Tested in Windows 7, probably the same for all OS) Manually revert boot order, not helping (You always got first one, instead of normal boot logo).


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It's critical to determine two things: How are you booting Windows (BIOS vs. EFI) -- Check here to determine your Windows boot mode. If you're booting in EFI mode, then you should follow EFI-mode Linux installation instructions, but keep in mind that the Mac is weird and you'll be on the "bleeding edge," with little or no support, when it comes to using ...


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上午 09:14:05 [Apache] Port 443 in use by "Unable to open process" with PID 3676! The above line told the main issue. Port 443 is used by another application. Check if there are any other web server (most likely) running and configured to use SSL.


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2011 MacBook Pros do not support booting FAT/NTFS formatted drives from USB. This is due to a bug in the firmware. They had to fix this bug on newer Macs when they ditched the optical drive making USB the only way to install Windows, but they never backported the fix to older Macs that still had optical drives. The only solution to this would be to either ...


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To JohnnyVegas : I think it’s a pity that I had to spent almost 36 hours to enable AHCI under Windows, something that could easily have been done by simply ticking a box, because Apple is trying to demonstrate dishonestly (by deliberately disabling AHCI on the other side of THEIR own machine…) that their "stuff" is superior to the one of the competition. ...


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I hope I'm not too late in answering your question. I have a MacBookpro 2.33 Core 2 Duo dating from Oct. 2006. I have been running Windows on it since day one. When I got this Mac it came with OS X 10.4. I was using Bootcamp beta and Windows XP. Since I have used 10.5 and later 10.6.8. Today I'm still running Win7 x64 under Bootcamp 3.3. It works like a ...


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Did you try to use Startup Manager? Use these steps to choose a startup disk with Startup Manager: Turn on or restart your Mac. Immediately press and hold the Option key. After a few seconds, the Startup Manager appears. If you don't see the volume you want to use, wait a few moments for Startup Manager to finish scanning connected drives. ...


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The CD/DVD it prompts you to make contains the drivers for Windows 7/8. You do not boot from it. You boot from Windows installer disc instead. Once installed, you load the disc you burned to install the drivers.


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Mavericks sudo bless -mount "/Volumes/BOOTCAMP" -legacy -setBoot -nextonly; sudo shutdown -r now Yosemite Issue the command: diskutil list /dev/disk0 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *500.1 GB disk0 1: EFI EFI ...


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The solution of Dan worked for me partially (Though I installed Windows 8.1). 1) Created Boot Camp install USB Stick 2) Continued but had the GPT Error as screenshot depicts in original question 3) Back into Mac restarted Boot Camp, removed the partition. 4) Disk Utility to manually create a partition 5) Shutdown and Alt-Option start 5) Selected the EFI ...


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This is definitely possible. I've been doing it for at least two years. My BOOTCAMP partition is the disk for a virtual machine using VMware Fusion. In other words, I have a virtual machine using a physical disk. I'm currently at OS X 10.10.2 and VMware Fusion 7.1 but when I started I was still on OS X 8 and using Fusion 5 (I think!). The key was to NOT ...



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