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    alpimac99's Avatar
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    windows on start-up
    Just wondering how do I make os x start up by default? Everytime I start up my mac it always starts up using xp....

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    get into OS X.... (Hold OPTION during reboot... then Select the OS X Partition)


    Then go to:

    System Preferences >>> Startup Disk >>> Then click/highlight the appropriate Disk ("Mac OSX 10.4...")

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    beat me to it.

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    Thank you both that was easy...

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