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  • 02-06-2013, 08:48 AM
    samerjeet singh

    Re: Bootcamp error in Macbook Pro?

    hello guest i want to tell you that bootcamp is veru helpfull application for mac. And it need come specific requiremnet like harddisk, free drive memory also its version must be compatible with your mac. Just follow these steps to get rid off this problem and to install it.............. 1 check the eligbilty of your mac to load bootcamp. 2 if there is any problem than make it eligible. 3 now goto mac app store 4 also you can use disk utility for this.. 5 install bootcamp with right procedure. 6 also its version must be compatible.. Good bye.
  • 07-03-2013, 12:00 AM
    luck

    Re: Bootcamp error in Macbook Pro?

    Hello Dear Friend ....

    First of all Boot the Information

    When you using the Boot camp .. you must have a BootCamp Support Community

    Hold down the Option key on your Keyboard in Startup

    You need to Use the Left and Right Arrows now

    Select which operating system you want to Boot into

    So if you really follow the below steps... then the problem will be solved



    ALL THE GOOD LUCK
  • 21-02-2013, 10:20 PM
    Dark knight

    Re: Bootcamp error in Macbook Pro?

    Hi hello ...

    For resolving this issue follow the steps recommended below :


    Restart your device once .

    Go to boot menu by pressing F2 or DEL or F9

    change the first boot device as CD/DVD and second boot device as

    removable disk or USB .

    and Press F10 to save the settings .

    and you can insert the OS DVD/CD and install the OS

    without any errors.

    Thank you...
  • 15-02-2013, 06:04 PM
    mahhiads

    Re: Bootcamp error in Macbook Pro?

    Hello Friend,

    Just Follow Some Steps Are :

    >> Restart The PC When They Show The Error Message Related To BOOTMGR
    >> Than Firstly Press The F2 Key Or Similar And Goes On The Boot Menu Of The Macbook
    >> Than Change The Boot Driver Means Make The DVD Driver As First Preference Than USB And So On
    >> And Save The Setting Than Return Back In Boot Setting
    >> And You Have Also See The BIOS Update option So Click On It And Update The BIOS Of The Motherboard
    >> Than Insert The Windows OS DVD And Installed The Windows OS In The Macbook Pro.

    I Hope That Info Is Usefully

  • 19-12-2012, 10:50 PM
    Unregistered

    Bootcamp error in Macbook Pro?

    I bought the new Macbook Pro retina display laptop which was working fine and now I have installed the Boot camp application in it where I tried to install the Windows 7 OS and it just fails giving the error “Unable to load BOOTMGR”. What does it mean? Is there anyway I can fix this? Please help.

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