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The Mac hardware stores the boot volume in NVRAM so you could power off the computer and then reset things by holding the Command Option P R keys down. Once you've heard two boot chimes you can release things and if the Mac OS X volume is viable it will boot first. If that doesn't work then it's likely that the OS X volume has issues and the system is ...


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If you are trying to disable the nVidia graphics card, you can do the following: Reboot into safe mode. If you don't know how to, refer to here for more information. Make sure that the Mac is configured to boot from Windows in the Boot Camp Control Panel. After booting into safe mode, open Device Manager by pressing Win+R, and then typing devmgmt.msc. ...


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This suggestion seems to helps a lot with all sorts of things, so I figured I'd suggest it here just in case. Go to your Disk Utility app and press the following buttons in the numbered order. I would recommend only doing 1, 2, and 3, but if this doesn't help with the problem, you can also try to run 1(b) from Recovery Mode (or while running your computer ...


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I had this issue and I solved it by doing the following. Go to "Disk Utility.app" Select your Windows Partition Click "Erase" and select "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)" Erase the partition Once that has completed, select the Complete Disk (Not Partitioned) Now select "Partition" Select the newly Formatted "Windows" partition and select the "-" symbol at the ...


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You have to have a version of Bootcamp AND Mac that explicitly supports Windows 8.1. Apple has a knowledge-base article that shows what O/S and Mac supports what version of Windows: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5634 Unfortunately there are some Mac models that just won't support certain versions of Windows. Interestingly (or oddly..) enough the new MacPro ...



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