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Hi , I'm from belgium and I bought last friday my first Mac.
I'm very happy with it but I wanted to install my old windows xp disc on bootcamp. I followed the steps but the problem is that if I want to put my computer on , there is a blue graphic with 3 options :
Press ENTER ...
Press R ...
Press F3 ...

If I press on these buttons there just happen nothing
I can't just put my Mac system on :s
can somebody help ?
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you need parrallels, latest is best,
you can simply find it as a torrent-file,
instal it following the steps in the program.

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Hi , I'm from belgium and I bought last friday my first Mac.
I'm very happy with it but I wanted to install my old windows xp disc on bootcamp. I followed the steps but the problem is that if I want to put my computer on , there is a blue graphic with 3 options :
Press ENTER ...
Press R ...
Press F3 ...

If I press on these buttons there just happen nothing
I can't just put my Mac system on :s
can somebody help ?
I find your description of the issue a little vague, what's this blue graphic?... and putting your system on :s... explain.
Be a little more specific please.

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