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MBP firmware vs Bootcamp


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Hey guys.

Dunno if anyone's had this, but I went to install Windows on the MBP tonight, and as I started Bootcamp, it told me I had to do a firmware upgrade.

But I have the most up-to-date firmware.

Any help?

Thanks

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