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Hello I have a 2011 mac book pro. I want to run windows on a mac for school. I have two partitioned drives first one for personal stuff second for school. So the first thing I tried was vmware fusion, when I got to the installation to the virtual machine with windows 7 it created a suspended virtual machine where I cannot do anything to the school account. So I left that alone because I couldn't do anything and I went to my personal account. I used boot camp and I partitioned 20 gigs for the windows 7. The installation was great it worked seamlessly, but I can't acccess my ACTUAL mac account. What do I do? Thanks
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You mean you can boot into Windows but not OSX?
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Are you certain you have partitioned drives, and not user accounts?
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