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BOOTCAMP: windows always restart without installing

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I've made a windowspartition on bootcamp. And now i want to install windows on it. My macbook pro reboots to the windows partition. When i install windows, it only copy the files to the partition. Than my mac reboots.
But it not pass on with installing.It begins overnew with copying.
Do u know what i'm doing wrong??


(sorry that i'm speaking so bad english, i'm dutch)
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