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It might have a hard time reading the SATA drives in the macbook if it doesn't. Go into the OSX and "System Preferences" Click on Startup Disk and select Macintosh HD. Working... 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 this content

share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply iLog.Genius, Jul 25, 2010 iLog.Genius macrumors 601 Joined: Feb 24, 2009 Location: Toronto, Ontario #19 Weird you're having Disk Error. Ya' follow? Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Boot Camp Disk Error Press any key to restart scaught Addicted to MacNN Join Date:Jan 2001 Location:detroit,mi,usa Status: Offline Oct 28, 2007, 06:02 PM

I didn't have the CDs when I was with him, so I went home and followed the manual for installing using Boot Camp. WINDOWS 8. - Duration: 2:49. Сергей Кузнецов 303,146 views 2:49 Install Windows 7 on a Mac Using Boot Camp Assistant (Mac OSX 10.8) - Duration: 20:52. It sounds like your new problem is an incompatible screen resolution. If you did everything correctly, you should see a list of disks you can boot from, including Macintosh HD (or whatever it's called if you renamed it in the past).

This tool will scan and diagnose, then repairs, your PC with patent pending technology that fix your windows operating system registry structure. I got my hands on a slipstreamed version, and right enough it proposed to format the drive I wanted to install windows on. Since Boot Camp automatically creates the partition with the FAT32 format, I don't know how you can make that happen. fresh install of 10.5. 2.16CD2 imac. 2GBs RAM.

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After the first reboot of the Window XP SP 2 installation I get a "Disk Error / Press any key to restart". Any other ideas would be appreciated. Disk Error. View Public Profile Find More Posts by scaught ghporter Administrator Join Date:Apr 2001 Location:San Antonio TX USA Status: Offline Oct 28, 2007, 06:10 PM Windows has a huge problem

The message on the apple support center says : "After creating a Windows partition in Boot Camp 2.0 in Mac OS X 10.5, then rebooting from the Windows XP installer CD, http://forums.macnn.com/104/alternative-operating-systems/352250/boot-camp-disk-error-press-any/ share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply DanielDMB, Jul 25, 2010 DanielDMB thread starter macrumors member Joined: Jul 25, 2010 #21 By the way, not Try this: Power down your Mac and make sure it's turned off. The Disk Error Press Any Key To Restart Boot Camp error is the Hexadecimal format of the error caused.

Well, I get all the way to windows being installed and it restarting, but once it restarts it says "Press any key to boot from CD" then four seconds later "Disk news Branding + Design: www.gesamtbild.com vBulletin v.3.8.8 © 2000-2015, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd., Content Relevant URLs by vBSEO 3.3.2 LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Register Help Remember Me? Yeah no kidding. So, guys, this is the source of it I would say.

You tell me again that it is a formatting problem etc etc ... Is the Joker based on anything? Check out this link for help on your error: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314477 share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply DanielDMB, Jul 25, 2010 DanielDMB thread starter have a peek at these guys It seems the answer to the OP's problem was to change windows.

access to movies, music, internet, etc. There are two (2) ways to fix Disk Error Press Any Key To Restart Boot Camp Error: Advanced Computer User Solution (manual update): 1) Start your computer and log on And they wrote Boot Camp to PLAY with Windows right?

I can't really go out and get another copy of XP, because let's face it.

Roman Gorban 16,640 views 5:12 Create a Bootable USB Flash Drive For Windows 7 / Windows 8 - Duration: 5:38. I have Win XP + SP2. Now get back into the driver properties and go back to Settings. I've tried removing the partition, re-partitioning and re installing windows maybe three or four times.

Do not select "Leave the current file system intact (no changes)" or "Convert the partition to NTFS" or the installation may fail.Keywords:macintosh x 10.5 boot camp windows xp disk error apple So I guess deleting and recreating the partition Boot Camp created isn't a good idea either. NaranjaaVerde 12,754 views 4:38 Windows 7 Loading Boot Driver Error Fix - Reboot And Select Proper Boot Device Fix - Duration: 7:08. http://infiniglobalnet.com/disk-error/disk-error-press-any-key-to-restart-usb.html There are ways to get OS X to be able to write to NTFS partition, so that's not a big problem, it's just a stupid thing to have to use a

Select a Mac OS X volume once the Startup Manager appears. 3. I was expecting it to wipe everything out, and it didn't :X ( Last edited by macnewb101; Aug 15, 2008 at 05:29 PM. ) View Public Profile The problem is that at no time could it offers me to format my partition Boot Camp! Who wrote Boot Camp?

Haha, I've been confused too Okay, I'm able to get to the windows installer and actually install XP. It says that if you try to install WITHOUT letting Boot Camp format the partition it created, THEN you have a problem. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply iLog.Genius, Jul 25, 2010 iLog.Genius macrumors 601 Joined: Feb 24, 2009 Location: Toronto, Ontario #9 Ok, it's definitely What is command to remove all files but no folders?

share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply iLog.Genius, Jul 25, 2010 iLog.Genius macrumors 601 Joined: Feb 24, 2009 Location: Toronto, Ontario #11 Do you see I burned a new one from an ISO from our MSDN binder at work and all is well. It sounds like it's been customized, because that's nowhere near normal XP installer behavior. This isn't cheap stuff we're dealing with.

I'm not using an external display or USB keyboard (I use the built-in ones). edit: Just tried again with wireless keyboard off and just the USB keyboard plugged in. All seems well now. This knowledgebase article: Mac OS X 10.5, Boot Camp: Windows XP displays "Disk Error" message during initial setup says that I need to format the windows partition before continuing with the

the Windows installation files with the choice of the partition, install and reboot with the same message (Hold on ...) and so on. Hmmm.