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Hey all. I'm running a 10.5.4 MacBook. Up until now, bootcamp has been working well for me, but recently I went to install a Windows partition and bootcamp keeps giving me this error "Bootcamp Assistant Cannot Be Used. You must update your system software before using this setup assistant." Now, this makes me sad, especially because my software updater says that I am all up to date. Any ideas?

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