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Bootcamp restarting again and again and again...


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Any of you have had problems with Bootcamp restarting Windows over and over again? after painful trials I finally managed to find the problem, which is the Bootcamp startup item. cant remember the exact name but if you go to msconfig -> Startup -> find something that ends with Bootcamp or Btcamp or something to that affect, you'll see it. so i turned that off, and this were OK. then I restarted, and I got a blue screen of death...

anyone know why this is and how to fix it?

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Are you saying you're not able to boot into MAC also?? In that case just boot from the installation disc and change the "boot from" option.

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