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    bootcamp problem on windows 7

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    bootcamp problem on windows 7
    Right so I installed Windows 7 64bit on my mac without any problems, then tryed to install bootcamp 3 but I just get an error message saying 'bootcamp x64 is unsupported on this computer model'. I have done a full erase and install with both operating systems but nothing seems to work.

    So instead I have installed the drivers seperately but not all the keys are working like the F7 to eject button and I can not 2 finger scroll on the trackpad etc.

    Anyone know what I have done wrong???

    I have an late 08 unibody mac, 2.4ghz, 2gb, 500gb hd and snow leopard

    also now microsoft is saying my windows 7 serial is not valid, worked the first time but now this.

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    bootcamp problem on windows 7
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    why not try parallels..
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