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Hello, I'm new to this forum and I have a problem with my macBook pro.
Today, I used bootcamp to install windows 7. And when it was beggining to install windows in the partion to install it there was a disk partion called "bootcamp". But it was saying that it wasn't able to install it in so I format that partion and now I can't acess to mac OS X.

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Your post is confusing as I'm not sure what it is you've done. Anyway, reboot your computer and hold down the OPTION key as soon as you hear the chime. Select your MacIntosh HD to boot from. After you boot into OS X, open System Preferences, Startup Disk, and select your MacIntosh HD as the default.
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^^^ What he said. I had the same problem.
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Ok but how can I acess Windows 7 back again?

Thanks in advance!
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from what i can decode, it sounds a little bit like you have formatted the OSX drive. what partition did you format?

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