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When Windows starts to boot hit the F8 key and this should bring up a console with a few options, try the "Boot last known good configuration" or whatever it is called to see if it will boot all the way through. If it boots up properly, then reboot and see if it works.

If that doesn't boot all the way through, then try the Safe Mode version and see if that goes through and then reboot to see what happens..
Hi Razor,
I bought new Mac book , Now I try to install window but its not install yet ,
I cannot got any boot option , I go through its setup but I didn't understand .
Can you help me please?
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How are you doing the install? Are you using boot camp?

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The very best way to install Windows...

Open the Boot Camp Assistant

Click the button that says 'Print Installation and Setup Guide'

Print it

Read it through.

Twice

Then proceed with your installation following the guide.


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