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I have a MacBook and i have problem with login. It was working before changing in setting of login prompt. There was a prompt or choice menu to select Mac OS X or Window but after made change in mac setting, there is no any prompt of selection of operating system but directly boot window operating system. How can i get login selection prompt again to open MAC OS X...

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Please Help me to fix this problem... i am waiting
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Um... Wrong section. And the bump was not necessary.

... If one falls flat on their face, at least they were moving in the right direction...

Forward...
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The boot selector is brought up by holding down the Option key at boot. You may also use the Startup Disk control panel from either Mac's System Preferences or Windows' Control Panels to choose your boot volume.
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