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    Boot Camp, CMD Button does not do anything on boot

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    Boot Camp, CMD Button does not do anything on boot
    I installed Windows XP on Boot Camp actually I really disliked doing it but I wanted Battlefield 2 so badly, so I did install it

    But the only way to boot into windowsXP or Mac is by changing the settings for what device to boot when Mac starts
    But the hold down Command Button on boot function does not work
    Do I need to enable something first?

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    Boot Camp, CMD Button does not do anything on boot
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    Hold down the Option key on start-up, not the Command key.

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    Boot Camp, CMD Button does not do anything on boot

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    Oh, I thought CMD key was option(New to mac)
    Is that ALT key Option?

    Edit:
    Yes it is

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