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I just purchased a macbook pro that has OS X Lion 10.7.4. I was able to boot on to an xp install disc but it errors and says i need to disable acpi. any ideas on how i can fix this. I already tried pressing f7 to disable but this did nothing.
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What kind of XP install disk? There are only two kinds that will work with the Boot Camp assistant: A genuine MS full install SP2 or 3 disk or an OEM System builders full install of XP SP2 or 3. Any other type may not work.
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