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is there any way I can set a default partition to start?
If I just press the power switch on my macbook I get windows , I have to hold down the option key to get a choice.
I would prefer it the other way round
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You have to go into Mac's System Preferences -> Startup Disk -> and then select Mac OS X as your startup. Windows likes to takeover once it's on your computer.
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