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mannyduke

 
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hey i just got my mac today so im sorry if im a mac noob

i just bought the windows 7 download on the microsoft website. it came with 3 files:
setup1.box
setup2.box
Win7-HP-Retail-en-us-x86.exe

i tried burning these files to a DVD-RW which worked but when Boot Camp restarted my computer to install it i got an error message saying no boot disk or something. I cant figure out how to change the files to ISO's. Ive searched around this forum but couldnt find anything.

Thank in advance guys.
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Mac Specs: 13" Macbook Pro 2.53GHz; 4GB RAM; GeForce 9400M

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Hi, depending on what version (only Professional and Home Premium) you bought you can download direct ISO's from the Student upgrade version.

Here's the link.

13" Macbook Pro 2.53GHz w/ 4GB RAM
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