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Ok... To start. I have a mac mini server. It runs Snow Leopard Server, and Snow Leopard not server. I want it to also boot Windows 2008 Server. I've Loaded BootCamp. When I reboot, all I get is a blinking line. I can boot back into both Mac OS's, but I can't get Windows 2008 Server to load. Any Ideas?

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Windows 2008 server will not install from Boot Camp. Please refer to the Apple documentation regarding Boot Camp to learn which versions of Windows can be used.

You MAY be able install Windows 2008 server manually by using Disk Utility to partition the disk and a boot menu application such as rEFIt. However, for that you're on your own....

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