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Hi all,

I have just re-installed bootcamp on my macbook pro using the same windows xp sp2 disc and driver disc as before with the latest version of bootcamp but when I install the driver disc windows freezes when it says "registering product". When I start xp again it blue screens at bootup and I can't get into safe mode because the keyboard isn't recognised. What can I do? I've already made a new driver cd and reinstalled windows again but it still crashes!

Hellllp!

Simon
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