blah blah blah...4. So I guess deleting and recreating the partition Boot Camp created isn't a good idea either. Restart your Mac holding the Option key. Well, you're on your own...)3. http://applecountry.net/disk-error/disk-error-press-any-key-to-restart-mac-boot-camp.php
I just got my XP installation after hitting snags by FORMAT FAT32 (quick) That way I can work with it in the Mac OS. You must return your 32GB partition (a partition of 200MB necessary to bootcamp this is also NOT paying attention). You tell me again that it is a formatting problem etc etc ... Select a Mac OS X volume once the Startup Manager appears. 3. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1204635?start=0&tstart=0
But note that on my iMac I have Windows on a 48GB partition that never gave me any problems setting up; you may have something going on that using a smaller View Public Profile Find More Posts by Turias ghporter Administrator Join Date:Apr 2001 Location:San Antonio TX USA Status: Offline May 18, 2008, 04:26 PM Turias, I'd be interested to All I did was follow the instructions.
It says that if you try to install WITHOUT letting Boot Camp format the partition it created, THEN you have a problem. I didn't have the CDs when I was with him, so I went home and followed the manual for installing using Boot Camp. On the second time, I was able to select which drive/partition to boot to, yay me! Please read the article how to integrate (slipstream) Windows XP Service Pack 3 in installation CD.
all the best I don't think you're appreciating the context of the Apple article. I have a wireless keyboard so I plugged in a USB one to "press any key to restart" and it didn't do anything. I have two external hard drives and store nothing on my c drive. After everything is installed and you install the Apple drivers, then you can use your wireless keyboard.
slip stream again.I noticed this too, when I used a disk that had that file, when I select the BOOTCAMP partition I get no option to do anything, it does it Subsequently, the USB ports do not work on the Windows side but do work on the Mac side. It turns out that the program is installed on your computer in Applications –> Utilities –> Boot Camp Assistant. I tend to have just as much trouble downloading new programs as I do installing them.
Is there any way I can get the drivers? http://forums.macnn.com/104/alternative-operating-systems/352250/boot-camp-disk-error-press-any/ I am freaking out! Fortunately my brother who’s a bit more tech-savvy than me managed to get it rebooted back over to mac OS, but now I’ve got half my hard drive apparently partitioned to Now you need to pick a partition formatting option.
We also boast an active community focused on purchasing decisions and technical aspects of the iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Mac platforms. http://applecountry.net/disk-error/disk-error-upon-boot-up.php Reply Beto says: July 25, 2011 at 1:01 pm Dave, great article! Important: Do not use the options named "Leave the current file system intact (no changes)" or "Convert the partition to NTFS."Click to expand... So I held the power button to restart, but now it only brings me back to this screen.
To get back, I have to unplug from AC power and remove the battery, and rebooting the machine again pressing the Option key and selecting my Mac OS X partition. Oswald Nov 4, 2007 5:45 PM in response to [email protected] Level 1 (10 points) Nov 4, 2007 5:45 PM in response to [email protected] I got this error too after finishing the I've tried to put a copy of the appropriate files (the i386 folder especially) on my XP partition and point the registry to it so that I won't get those annoying navigate to this website Fortunately, this process shouldn't take more than a few minutes and you'll either know whether it was indeed a screwy resolution setting or something else pretty quickly.
Ya' follow? Reply Todd says: September 1, 2012 at 2:18 pm Thank you so much! Then the install should work fine after this point.
Glenn -----OTR/L, MOT, Tx View Public Profile Find More Posts by ghporter scaught Addicted to MacNN Join Date:Jan 2001 Location:detroit,mi,usa Status: Offline Oct 28, 2007, You can still run an emulator like Microsoft Virtual PC, but it’s an inferior solution and my own experience with VPC has been that it’s glacial and useless for all but It’s probably the same as your default account password: A few seconds of activity later, you’ll have the software successfully copied onto your computer and can quit this first installer. It's a cheap fix that takes very little time to do.
So i guess I am not the only one with that problem. View Public Profile Find More Posts by umop3plsdn ghporter Administrator Join Date:Apr 2001 Location:San Antonio TX USA Status: Offline Oct 31, 2007, 09:52 PM Check that disc. as the Apple docs says,"...*be sure that you format the Windows partition before continuing with the rest of the Windows XP setup process*"and *Do not use the option named "Leave the http://applecountry.net/disk-error/disk-error-press-any-key-to-restart-xp-install.php The fix for this is (amazingly enough) burning a copy of the original disc.
however, i’m not able to create the windows xp driver CD for mac, and hence im not able to install the drivers required. The first time it rebooted, I saw the "press any key to boot" message, but it timed out before I could figure out what that meant, so it went through, and For the virtual machine that uses the Boot Camp partition as a hard disk (Parallels Desktop for Mac only): Go to Finder > Applications > Utilities > Boot Camp Assistant. Voch The formatting utility in the XP installer is built to go up to 32GB-it's a bit of legacy code from Win2K which someone in Redmond should be fired (from a
You can read the entire Apple KB Article here. Any help you advice you could send my way would be Greatly appreciated! Use the Boot Camp Utility to "restore the startup disk to a single partition" and try again. Reformatting the Boot Camp partition from FAT32 to NTFS did the trick right away.
When you install XP (SP2) and it prompts you to format, choose "Quick Format" option and your install should go fine. keyboard and trackpad not working in xp rather on MAC OS X its working fine .. So I press a key and the previous operation repaired, i.e.