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Sorry about this but I've solved the issue. I went back to the external hard drive I had onto which Boot Camp had downloaded the Windows 7 drivers during the installation process. I had to manually activate the application found in Bootcamp/Drivers/Broadcom/BroadcomWirelessWin7x64. Hopefully this will be helpful to someone else.


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There is no way to convert .ipa file to .exe or other windows application file. To port program to other OS you need rewrite source code of program and compile it on target OS. Really, just try find analog of you program on Windows OS.


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A link to a reference table of which download is intended for which Mac is provided in the first paragraph of each download page.


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Try to hold command-R on startup, open Disk Utility, and repair both the OS X volume (indented below the whole disk) and the whole disk. The Repair Disk button performs different actions depending on whether a whole disk or a volume is selected. If you still cannot start up in OS X, you can try to reinstall OS X by starting up from the recovery partition ...


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Please check out TrackPad++. It's free with an option to donate. I've used this in the past, when I had bootcamp with Windows 7 - you can set gestures like you can in Mac OS X.


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It is likely a name resolution issue, which is usually the case when an IP address works and a name does not. there are a couple of things you can do if the PCs have IP addresses that rarely, or never, change you could add those to the hosts file. Just open up the terminal.app and: sudo nano /private/etc/hosts After the last entry just put the IP ...


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Microsoft offers a free conversion utility that is designed to move/copy a physical system to a virtualized environment, specifically Hyper-V: Disk2VHD. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/ee656415


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First of all, if you have a program that that's 32 bit it will run fine in 64bit with out compatibility mode. The only time you really need compatibility mode is when you have vista drivers and want to run them on win 7, you would use compatibility mode. This also doesn't apply to mac only windows computers they for some reason need the exact drivers. I also ...


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Any Windows Backup software of your choice. Altho you then might have to reinstall windows before you can restore the files themself.


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Yah disk utility is bound and determined to not let you (or itself) potentially erase any more data, especially if it sees the signature of another disk partitioning utility. Welcome to the Wonderful World of Macintosh Computing... sigh. Probably your best bet is to back up your Mac and Windows data (if not already) and boot the Mac from the COMMAND-R ...



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