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    Hey Guys,
    I've broken my new iMac
    It has arrived today and after 30min. I wanted to Install Bootcamp.
    I've used a Product Recovery CD, I thought it would work.
    It didn't

    Now everything seems to be broken

    I can boot from the Leopard Disc, but I can't eject it.

    In the Harddrive Utility everything is greyed, I can't format the HD. It's now NTFS. Win XP is installed completely over Mac OSX.

    Is there a chance to get this working?

    Otherwys I'll have to sent it back for a repair (

    Thanks so much for you Help

    Greets from Germany



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    Mac doesn't like NTFS. can you provide a bit more information....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ruhrpott-desire View Post
    Hey Guys,
    I've broken my new iMac
    It has arrived today and after 30min. I wanted to Install Bootcamp.
    I've used a Product Recovery CD, I thought it would work.
    It didn't

    Now everything seems to be broken

    I can boot from the Leopard Disc, but I can't eject it.

    In the Harddrive Utility everything is greyed, I can't format the HD. It's now NTFS. Win XP is installed completely over Mac OSX.

    Is there a chance to get this working?

    Otherwys I'll have to sent it back for a repair (

    Thanks so much for you Help

    Greets from Germany
    In disk utility, above the partition bar (that large rectangle bar where you can modify your partitions), select the drop-down menu, and find "1 partition". Rename your partition, choose "Mac OS X Journaled" and reformat it. After that reinstall OS X.
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