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This is correct. You need to have a bootable media with Windows on it to install Windows on bootcamp. When the process reboots to install Windows, the .iso will be unmounted and useless. You can write the ISO to a flash drive (8GB or more) using disk utility and use that.


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Right, now we have more information to go on, go to Applications > Utilities > Disk Utility. On the left pane you will see a list of storage devices, your boot drive should be at the top of the list. You should see the top device broken down into partitions. Highlight the "parent" drive (top of the list) and then click on Partition. In the main area you will ...


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You won't be able to install or remove Windows7/8 with Boot Camp Assistant because you have a non-standard partition layout and the file system of your Windows partition is wrong (HFS+!): /dev/disk0 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *751.3 GB disk0 1: ...


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The L7590 does not provide Airprint capabilities and can 't be added. If you run Windows you can try to enable AirPrint - like described here (I haven't tried it my self, because I'm running OS X, so I can't comment on how good it is): http://www.airprintactivation.com/ - then the printer(s) setup on your PC will be available in iOS If you run OS X you can ...


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Don't do it in 'device' do it 'on the compy' in Music/Playlists - should be underneath the device list.


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These are the instructions for a Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1 (64 bit) installation. Here, I assume the Boot Camp Support Software 4.0.4033 has been copied to a flash drive. The instructions were adapted from the originals given here. Determine the drive letter of your flash drive, by inserting the drive in a USB port on the Mac. Below is an ...



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