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Where is bootcamp assistant ???


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Hello,

I'm getting really frustrated with this... I downloaded the package from the Apple site and installed it. It said install successful...

Now where is the Bootcamp assistant to make the driver disck and partition the HD ??? (it's not in Application or anywhere else I could think of!)

How do I run it ???

Thanks!
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Hello,

I'm getting really frustrated with this... I downloaded the package from the Apple site and installed it. It said install successful...

Now where is the Bootcamp assistant to make the driver disck and partition the HD ??? (it's not in Application or anywhere else I could think of!)

How do I "run" it ???

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Stephan
Should be in applications -> utilities.
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Thanks!!!

I had totally forgotten about that subfolder!

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