Boot Camp Assistant Cannot Be Used
Me too, not sure why. Might it be the source of the problem?Any kind of assistance will be appreciated! Important Links: Community Guidelines : Use the reputation system if you've been helped. I was hoping to install Windows XP Professional with Built-in Service Pack 3. this contact form
B share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply natc4, Apr 1, 2010 natc4 macrumors newbie Joined: Apr 1, 2010 #22 Fix Hey guys, this You don't need to install that unless you are installing Windows. If 10.4.5, or 10.4.6, then you don't have a new mini, except for you ), with that one, there are no firmware updates needed. STEP 2: Select Go -> Utilities -> Open Disk Utility.
Boot Camp Assistant Cannot Be Used The Disk Is Not Journaled
I tried running the Bootcamp assistant, but I got this same error message. I decided one day that I really miss playing this old game so I want to install windows on my hackintosh. Worked fine for a 2-3 days. Sometimes this problem occurs because the partition is a bit weird.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply jkaanu, Jan 18, 2010 jkaanu macrumors newbie Joined: Jan 18, 2010 #18 Although a tad late but I Boot Camp Assistant Cannot Be Used This Mac Does Not Support Boot Camp Reconnect OS X drive. Register Help Remember Me? http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/boot-camp-assistant-cannot-be-used-you-must-update-your-computers-boot-rom-firmware.303233/ Then suddenly a few months ago the external drive stopped being recognized as a startup device.
Make sure that you have Downloaded the latest version of BootCamp. I am having trouble installing Windows 7 using Boot Camp. Looking to install Windows 7. M-F Blog :: Write for the blog Writing a Quality Post Reply With Quote 03-28-2009,07:21 PM #6 SammySlim View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Feb 12, 2008 Posts 937 Actually,
Boot Camp Assistant Cannot Be Used This Mac Does Not Support Boot Camp
Back to top #9 pritthish Posted 28 September 2008 - 07:44 PM pritthish InsanelyMac Geek Members 122 posts Gender:Male Location:London, UK boot camp cant and wont work on hackintoshes people.... I was under the impression that it's a part of Leopard, and that I don't have to download it. Boot Camp Assistant Cannot Be Used The Disk Is Not Journaled I do not agree with his comment but I preferred not to argue. Any kind of assistance will be appreciated!
I read up on the error online, and most people suggested issues with parallels or needing to use idefrag. http://cmptp.com/boot-camp/boot-camp-assistant-cannot-be-used-hackintosh.html You cannot load Windows, or boot to Windows unless that firmware update is installed. Try it from the disk or reinstalling it, and see what happens. View 7 Replies View Related MacBook Pro :: Installed Windows 7 Using Boot Camp Assistant - No Access Dec 21, 2010 I installed Windows 7 to my macbook pro simply using
I've got a new 20-inch iMac CoreDuo @ 2GHz w/ 2GB of RAM. I remember the original Core Duo machines needing a separate firmware update for Boot Camp and then the Late 2006 firmware update came out as well. If you have only one external drive connected, this should be easy to figure out (hint: behind the identifier it says (internal, ...) or (external, ...)). navigate here I keep seeing the error message.
Something "flaky" for sure with the Assistant. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply TheManKinahan, Dec 14, 2008 TheManKinahan macrumors newbie Joined: Feb 16, 2008 #13 nick354 said: ↑ to bring back Run Windows Update.
Dec 10, 2008 i am told its on my OSX disk 1 >system>installation>Packages>bootcampassistant.pkg but it is no where to be seen for me.
JasonTechie Joined: Feb 16, 2011 Messages: 52 Feb 24, 2011 at 8:15 PM #1 JasonTechie Joined: Feb 16, 2011 Messages: 52 hi, i wanna try Boot Camp Assistant and install Windows I tried using Boot Camp Assistant and got an error that I need to update my Boot ROM firmware. Probability of All Combinations of Given Events Why had Dumbledore accepted Lupin's resignation? I had the same problem where boot camp needed the apple software to be "updated" before it could open and start my windows 7 install.
Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? I would really appreciate it if you could enlighten me . Reason: Your Windows installation must have had a virus! his comment is here Reply With Quote 12-06-201310:08 PM #3 Mac Array Join Date Dec 2012 Posts 684 Re: Boot Camp Assistant cannot be used error in Mac -------------------------------------------------------------------- Steps to follow: :: Go to
Also is it a Core Duo one or a Core 2 Duo one? share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply calvin006, Aug 10, 2009 calvin006 macrumors newbie Joined: Aug 7, 2009 #16 errrr So afer getting my machine How to remove Kaspersky passwords Most Popular (of All Time) Remove Genieo(InstallMac) on Mac Outlook 2011 for Mac won't open Reset Canon Printer ink absorber How to add Startup items to can you prove a guide on how to install Windows 7 using 2nd HDD and after installing Windows 7 the steps on how to boot on Mac OS X (1st HDD)
If you updated your firmware before upgrading to 10.5, then there's no issue. Do not move Boot Camp out of your Applications/Utilities folder. Anyone else run into this problem with Snow Leopard? No help...
If not, looks like I'll be taking a trip to the Apple store. i get the error in the picture. I have Windows 7 installed on a 2nd hard drive and can reach it through VMware without having to restart and boot into Windows from the Chameleon Menu.Click to expand... All the best..............
View 1 Replies View Related Windows On Mac :: Boot Camp 2.1 Update Executable Doesn't Open In Vista Aug 6, 2008 I downloaded the 2.1 update for Vista and when i How can I declare sovereignty from the American government and start my own micro nation? And it's using the core-dual processor. I don't know what to do, and I got all the updates you guys were talking about.
Dec 31, 2008 So I downloaded Windows 7 eventually, and I burned the iso onto a DVD.