10-10-2009, 01:27 AM #1
Removing Windows Partition in Boot Camp Assistant
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- Apr 29, 2009
- 2008 15.4" Santa Rosa (C2D, 2.2GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD)
I started to run Boot Camp in 10.6.1 (Snow Leopard.1), but decided that two small Win apps didn't justify the process. So I went into BCA and restored the HD to completely Mac, as it was before (removing the awaiting 32GB WinXP partition that I was going to put in).
Now when I boot, the system doesn't boot directly into OSX.. I get a black screen with message "no bootable device - insert disk and restart" kind of message... the only option I have right now is to do an option boot. (Hold down the option key, then choose the OSX partition - which is the whole 500GB drive).
How can I alleviate this and get back to being able to boot straight into OSX on start/restart?
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10-10-2009, 02:00 AM #2
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- Dec 22, 2006
- Texas, where else?
- 15" MBP '06 2.33 C2D 4GB 10.7; 13" MBA '14 1.8 i7 8GB 10.11; 21" iMac '13 2.9 i5 8GB 10.11; 6S
System Preferences - Startup Disk
Highlight Mac OS X and click restart.
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