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    Bootcamp Boot Priority
    I can't seem to figure this one out. Ony my Macbook, I installed XP SP2 with Bootcamp, but now, when I startup the computer without holding the Option key, it defaults to load XP. Is there a way to change it so that it defaults to OSX? Thanks a lot.

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    Yep - goto System preferences-> startup disk and select your mac partition as the startup disk.

    You can also set this from windows xp, as boot camp adds a startup disk setting to your control panel there as well.

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    Awesome! Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by Aptmunich
    Yep - goto System preferences-> startup disk and select your mac partition as the startup disk.

    You can also set this from windows xp, as boot camp adds a startup disk setting to your control panel there as well.

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