08-05-2010, 12:33 PM
I have a MacBook Pro 2007 with Os Snow Leopard 10.6.4 and bootcamp 3.0.1 and I already tried to install windows 7 (32bits and 64bits) with bootcamp but it didnt worked. Both version of windows ends in a black screen with something written... and I don't know why, but my keyboard don't work in that black screen...
With the 64 bits version, this appear:
Select CD-ROM Boot Type
: (my windows CDs got all versions of windows 7 [home/premium/...], so maybe 1 and 2 is a version of windows... the problems is that my keyboard don't work xD )
With the 32 bits version, this appear:
No bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key
(The disk isn't running while in that black screen, but in the Mac HD it works... )
I read the bootcamp manual and it says i need an USB keyboard... thats why the mac keyboard don't work?
And before I go after a keyboard, is it really possible to instal windows 7 in my 2007 Mac? I also read something that there are some old Macs that cant run windows 7...