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Quick question...I read somewhere in the documentation for bootcamp that you can press command and a key while booting up and it will give you a boot menu so you can chose which OS to boot to. I can't find it in the guide anymore anyone remember how?

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command + option

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I just hold down option
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I just hold down option
yep, that's correct - don't need the command key - senility strikes again

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