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A buddy of mine gave me a 700 mb version of Vista he burned to a disc. I installed it but after a month or so uninstalled it because it wasn't working properly. I went into Boot Camp assistant and erased the Windows partition and returned it to one operating system. However, whenever i turn on the Mac it goes to a black screen from Windows and tells me to put in the boot disc from Windows. Any way to get this to stop?
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Hold down the option key while booting and select your MacHD to boot from.

Then open System Preferences - Startup Disk - select your MacHD there and then click on reboot.

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