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Well I just got my MBP today and I decided to install windows on it for games...well I did the bootcamp thing And now it's installing windows but when it gets to a certain point it says its restarting it then it does the same set up process over again with the same restart
...did I brick my MbP already...is there anyway to just stop the whole installation.
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Well I just got my MBP today and I decided to install windows on it for games...well I did the bootcamp thing And now it's installing windows but when it gets to a certain point it says its restarting it then it does the same set up process over again with the same restart
...did I brick my MbP already...is there anyway to just stop the whole installation.
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That is usually the sign of using an improper Windows version to install via Boot Camp. Be sure to read the BC instructions carefully.

Eligible Windows versions include: MS Boxed XP Home or Pro SP2 or 3 full install, OEM System builders XP Home or Pro SP2 or 3 full install. Vista (all versions) full install MS Boxed, Vista OEM System Builders full install. Same goes for Windows 7....

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