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    Default Dual Boot Windows 7 and iATKOS v7, latter installed first (Help?)

    Hi,

    I recently installed iATKOS v7. So far so good and I really l really like it.

    I created 2 partitions - 1 for mac (journaled) and the other one for Windows (FAT-32) which was created using Disc Utility.

    I also have a Windows 7 Disc ready to be installed.

    So what do I do now?

    1. Simply boot from DVD and install Windows 7, assuming it will automatically use the FAT-32 partition that i created?

    2. Do other stuff (like NTFS) first?

    I would also wanna ask:

    I have Chameleon 2 installed when iATKOS v7 was installed. When the installation of Windows 7 is finished, does that mean that Chameleon will automatically detect Windows 7 and give me both (MAC and WINDOWS) options whenever I on the computer?

    Hope you could give me some insights on this matter.

    Thanks!



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    Default NC10 with 10.5.6 & empty partitiony...

    I've a similar problem. I installed 10.5.6 on my Samsung NC10 but used the Retail overlay method so my hard drive is GUID now which means I can't install Windows as far as I know since I need a MBR setup for NTFS. I had left a 20Gb empty partition on the hard drive so I could use Boot Camp to install Windows but didn't realise that Boot Camp wouldn't work because it's looking for firmware.

    Anyone know a workaround for Boot Camp?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jsdlzj View Post
    Hi,

    I recently installed iATKOS v7. So far so good and I really l really like it.

    I created 2 partitions - 1 for mac (journaled) and the other one for Windows (FAT-32) which was created using Disc Utility.

    I also have a Windows 7 Disc ready to be installed.

    So what do I do now?

    1. Simply boot from DVD and install Windows 7, assuming it will automatically use the FAT-32 partition that i created?

    2. Do other stuff (like NTFS) first?

    I would also wanna ask:

    I have Chameleon 2 installed when iATKOS v7 was installed. When the installation of Windows 7 is finished, does that mean that Chameleon will automatically detect Windows 7 and give me both (MAC and WINDOWS) options whenever I on the computer?

    Hope you could give me some insights on this matter.

    Thanks!
    Hi there, theres a couple guides for this in the dual boot section, Win7/OSX
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