install windows xp soliraire
I have windows xp games but not how solitaire games installed on the
This microsoft link should help you?
Tried to install 7 or 8, since the installation of sierra what it messed my partitions where bootcamp windows 10, but now had to work I have to use an old Olympus Studio tool for project work/uni which works only on windows 7.
It seems that apple has control over what you do on a machine and the system I have invested important sums of money in. Very close to sale until the installation of all mac and return to windows. El Capitan was buggy on my machine before and cling endlessly.
installs Windows 7 is not fully supported in Sierra bootcamp
MS dropped support for Win 7.
Im trying to install windows 8.1 64 bit on my end 2011 MacBook Pro using boot camp.
I downloaded the ISO from Microsoft file and saved it in the downloads.
i boot boot camp and she has 2 activated options are: software DOWNLOAD to apple support and the other is latest windows install or remove windows 10 or later.
I'm not sure why it says windows 10 as it is not compatible with my mac earlier. anyway I check the two options and then bootcamp download all drivers and records them in my pendrive of 32GB.
He then asks me what hard drive partition and I choose but then it says: he cannot find the installation file. I tried opening the file so it is mounted, but nothing works. I thought it's supposed to tell you what to do?
Thanks for any help
A Mac 2011 needs a physical DVD to install Windows and need to use the optical drive (CD/DVD). You cannot use an external CD/DVD drive.
Please burn the ISO on a DVD-R SL and then click the installation option only.
Hi, I struggled for the last 2 days and can't seem to find how to create a windows partition and installed it.
Note: I have a 27 inch mid 2011 Imac and run MacOS Sierra 10.12.
I have problems with bootcamp especially at the stage of the process USB drive.
1. I do not understand why Bootcamp assistant 2 display only tasks being #1 download the windows software and #2 install windows 10 when all apple support pages show 3 different tasks available as here https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT205016http ://
2. I prefer to install windows 7 on my partition, bootcamp, however 'install windows 10', which means that I can't install an older version on my partition? I tried to install windows 7 via a win7 .iso file AND a win10 .iso but none of them works.
3. whenever I try to install windows, the system do not recognize my USB (it would be with .iso win10 associated drivers or Win7 .iso. + drivers associated) and constantly asking for a disc to be inserted.
My USB has been formatted through disk as MS-DOS (FAT32) volume and all utility used .iso comes from Microsoft. I don't understand why I can't have my. ISO recognized by the system.
Help please :)
Damien Kitsune wrote:
1. I do not understand why Bootcamp assistant appear only the 2 tasks being #1 and #2 install windows 10 download windows software when apple support pages show 3 different tasks available as here https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT205016
This is normal and expected behavior. Your 2011 Mac does not support the USB Windows installation. You must use a physical DVD burned ISO. Your Mac does not officially support Windows 10. The ISO files are available at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/home .
Documentation on Apple's site shows not all models. Please visit https://help.apple.com/bootcamp/mac/5.0/help/ for an older version (FC5).
I want to install windows os(not genuine) in the mac, I use mac air beginning 15, 4 GB of ram, 128ssd. I want to play counter strike (overall offensive) in the windows operating system. is 4 GB of ram enough or it takes 8 GB of ram.
in fact, I want to install windows os (not authentic) because I'm fond of counter strike
so, mac support this game?
or it takes 8 GB ram to play counter strike?
operating system windows (not authentic) will cause no effect on mac?
If I install the windows on mac operating system, I will award 58 GB in the windows operating system and remains to mac, goes no problem in the future, due to the windows operating system?
ALSO POINT OUT THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF INSTALLING WINDOWS ON A MAC.
operating system Windows (not authentic)
This means that you ask for assistance on the use of a pirate copy of Windows?
If you install Windows, you have the advantage of being able to run Windows and the inconvenience of having to deal with all the viruses and stuff for which Windows systems are prone.
Why not just buy the Mac version? It seems relatively inexpensive: http://store.steampowered.com/app/730/
See the problem below. I can not get a USB stick formatted with FAT to be recognized by bootcamp or to download the drivers to continue.
The problem occurred after that my son wanted to re - install windows 7 after that that he has been upgraded to windows 10 and utilities disk to reformat the drive hard windows installed.
OS X Terminal, you can post the output of
My machine: Macbook pro mid 2012
What I have: Samsung Evo SSD, optical Bay caddy, 8.1 windows bootable dvd with serial
I wanted to do: install windows in my second internal SSD (optical Bay)
What went wrong: Enter key I get: "we could not verify the product key. Please check your installation media. »
I suspect that the problem is: I have formatted by mistake the SSD mac front.
Question: Has been put in shape my SSD the cause of the problem? and if yes how can I do to reset?
Detailed long version
I have a macbook mid 2012 retina not pro that I wanted to have the option to be able to boot from a windows and a mac. As a result, I bought a samsung EVO solid state drive for this purpose. I decided to try the drive and put it in instead of the optical drive caddy the day I got it. I was invited with the message that the mac was unable to acknowledge it and follow a few steps online to format. I would find it later when we look at a forum that I should have left the unformatted SSD. However, I tried to install windows on the EVO by placing the optical drive in the computer, put the EVO in the main Bay. I put the windows cd in and followed the installation. Everything was good until I had to put in the windows key. I put in and received the message "we could not verify the product key. Please check your installation media. "I double checked to see if it was right by voluntarily entering a wrong key he gave me a message that the key was invalid. Snooping around, I tried to reset the drive by using the offer of advanced tools and I was told that windows did not have access to the partition or something of the sort.
A format the drive of the source of the error and if so is it possible to return to the factory settings?
All the advice/help is greatly appreciated! Thank you very much!
The formatting SSD is not related to the issue with the product key. Windows Setup reformats the SSD in the main Bay NTFS still. If the SSD is less than 2 TB, you can format the MBR with attempts as well as FAT32 format.
Your model is compatible with the installation from DVD and USB, both. You can also download the ISO of Microsoft W8.1 to the https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows8ISO to ensure that your DVD is not a several bits (32-bit and 64-bit DVD).
I installed windows 8.1 using bootcamp, but it does not appear anywhere. When I return to bootcamp to try again at a standstill, he asked me to remove the existing installation. I downloaded the required software from apple and the installation from a USB 8.1,64 windows installation.
OS X Terminal, please after the release of
I tried for almost a week in all possible ways to get windows installed on a boot camp partition on my main SSD 1 TB drive as a partition, or on my HARD drive, which is installed in place of the optical drive. So far, everything I tried to give me some sort of error at some point in the process. It seems that many of them are case by case, so I thought that I invite you all and see if you can help!
I use a Macbook Pro 15 "mid-2010 that I improved with a 1 TB SSD drive as the startup disk. My optical drive was not functional, so I moved my old 500 GB HARD drive to the location of the optical Bay. I am also under the latest version of El Capitan (10.11.6)
Here are my system specs:
Presentation of the material:
Model name: MacBook Pro
Model identifier: MacBookPro6, 2
Processor name: Intel Core i7
Processor speed: 2.8 GHz
Number of processors: 1
Total number of cores: 2
(By heart) L2 Cache: 256 KB
L3 Cache: 4 MB
Memory: 8 GB
Processor speed of interconnection: 4.8 GT/s
Boot ROM version: MBP61.0057.B11
Version of the SCM (System): 1.58f17
What I tried (from what I remember):
I tried to change the Bootcamp info.plist file for my version of the macbook pro to use a USB stick for the installer. It seems to have installed correctly but once I partition the disk and restart the computer, it gets stuck on a white screen with the Apple logo and I am forced to make a hard stop and then hold down option to boot into OS X, recovery, or the EFI Boot.
If I go through the windows installation to start the EFI system, I get an error of:
"Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The selected disk is a MBR partition table. On EFI systems, Windows cannot be installed on GPT disks. »
I also tried to create a partition by using disk utility, and that too made me an error in the installation of windows.
So far, the only way that I'm away from windows to run at all has been using the free trial of VMware Fusion 8... but I intend to use windows for more intensive tasks like audio pro, and merger simply does not offer the performance necessary to run these programs. I'm hoping to install windows 8.1 on my internal SSD or HARD drive, regardless of the work - as long as OS X and files associated with it are left alone.
If someone could help me please understand this point, I would really appreciate it!
If your computer has an optical drive, you must use the optical drive to install Windows using Boot Camp Assistant.
Here's what I did.
I have MBP 2012 with El Capitan on it.
I installed windows on this 10. Here are the steps I followed.
- Plist file modified to allow the creation of iso windows 10 on USB for my MBP (PreUSBBoot USBBoot and 2 other usual changes)
- ISO file 10 Windows installed
- Make a key USB bootable but Bootcamp with drivers
- Use disk utility to partition the drive for windows (reason - because it gives error while installing windows, windows MBR EFI only on device TPG error)
- Restarted my MBP used and selected EFI boot option key (as when installing windows in Bootcamp, it gave an error saying no device found startup)
- Installed Windows and driver loaded by installing bootcamp
- Everything works fine but the sound
Tried, but failed
- Clean install of windows if partition bootcamp (error - no found boot device)
- Boot EFI (error - error EFI GPT MBR, windows can be installed only on TPG error)
- Tried the update of drivers for the sound. However, did not
Please help me with the steps to solve this problem. In addition, windows is not activated is there any way through which I can still get windows 10 free.
Change the Info.plist file is incorrect. Your MBP 2012 takes in charge the two, USB and DVD facilities. Please use BCA and remove the current installation. Installation of Windows using boot EFI on a preUEFI machine will cause more problems.
I tried to install windows 7 on my mac desktop and now I have a white screen. any ideas to return me to the world of apple?
How have you tried to install Windows 7?
Installed Windows 7 Professional custom in the required form XP. All the favorites were lost in Firefox and had to reinstall Firefox.
Explorers has maintained the Favorite list, I had to explore - quite different from Firefox.
Check the programs created separately by 7 to include the XP file. Favorites, registration is not relevant to the list lost on Firefox reinstall.
Question: Is it possible that I can get back the original Favorites listing lost when the 7 install, or is it 'gone with the wind "?
I have not read what is happening in an installation of XP to 7. You can find this file on your system:
If so, you can find one of these:
- C:\Windows.old\Documents and Settings\your user name
- C:\Windows.old\Users\your username
If so, your old given Firefox might be in there. To explore more, it would be useful to set windows to display the hidden files and folders. This article has the steps: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/show-hidden-files
Then search either:
- \Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profilesyour usernameC:\Windows.old\Documents and Settings\
- Your username\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles C:\Windows.old\Users\
Here you can find one or several folders named random semi. Who has most recently updated content is probably the one you want to restore from.
Go down the old bookmarkbackups folder and copy the last two backups in a location such as the desktop.
The restore feature will replace the bookmarks in Firefox by default (and what you added since the reset) with all like bookmarks. If you want preserve newly added bookmarks, use the first, export function before the restore, then the import function later. The following articles have details:
- Restore bookmarks from a backup or move them to another computer - to access backups on the desktop, use the command 'Choose file' menu
- (Optional) Import bookmarks to an HTML file
This post has my suggested procedure to resurrect your old wide profile in your new installation of Firefox. Please note the use of the copy instead of move throughout the process. This allows you to try again if it fails somewhere along the way.
A little luck?
I have a MacBook Pro 15 inch 2011 lag and I try to install Windows 10. I've tried 3 different methods. I can provide more information if necessary.
I had running Windows for 10 minutes (2 reboots) until he got stuck on the screen to start due to an unknown error (probably error compatibility)
I am currently give up and try to install Windows 7 instead, hoping that he'll be fine
If any of you guys have any suggestions please tell me this is greatly appreciated!
I am currently give up and try to install Windows 7 instead, hoping that he'll be fine
I don't think that you can install Windows 7 with Boot Camp on El Capitan:
- A Microsoft Windows installation media or disc image (ISO) containing a 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows 8 or later *.
Windows 10 is simply too new for your Mac, and Windows 7 is too old. It is quite a difficult situation. If you really need Windows, you would need to get a copy of Windows 8, or put to level to an earlier version of Mac OS X with a version of Boot Camp that works in Windows 7.
Hey, I have a Mac end 2011 a friend gave to me and he said it was broken. I realized that it was just the SATA port on the motherboard, so I pulled out the optical drive and I put an SSD in it. Now I want to install Windows but Mac says that I am not allowed to because I don't have an optical drive. I tried Abu tools and many other shippers of EFI boot, but none of them does not seem to work! Please help me fast! I am computer LITERATE, so no response even if it is complicated would be very useful. THX
Have you tried the Applications/Utilities/Boot Camp?
You can run Windows in a virtual machine, which saves having to restart to Boot Camp. This allows you to access boot Windows and Mac OS.
I have 'experimented' with the installation of Windows 7 on iMac (20-inch 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo, IIRC) mother and managed to enter an insensitive State and I'm trying to understand why. In short, the objective here is to determine how to install Windows 7 on an iMac (starting with a blank hard drive).
A little history: MOM (and me) didn't like the Apple OS, so she was fortunately in Linux (CentOS 6) for a couple of years, but for various reasons, she now needs Windows. In the past, I installed Linux and Windows on anything and everything with a CPU, largely without major problems (so far). To clarify, install Linux was fine on this iMac, only Windows turns out to be difficult.
One thing that seems to cause me a lot of trouble, is that - as I understand it: it's hard / cannot access all the options start at low altitude on an iMac (for example usual UEFI / BIOS stuff). Is this correct, or am I missing something?
Another issue I have is that almost all the information that I find online made the assumption that the Apple OS is installed. This is clearly not the case for me - I've invested in Snow Leopard, a long time ago, but quickly decided it wasn't for me, erased the hard drive, installed CentOS and released the Snow Leopard installation media in the desert.
The question I'm stuck, is the Windows 7 Installer refuses to install on the hard disk. He creates with happiness and format a primary partition, but gives the following error:
Windows cannot be installed to this disk. This computer's hardware may not support booting to this disk. Make sure that the drive controller is enabled in the computer's BIOS menu.
If I could have access to all the low-level boot options, then maybe I could investigate this matter. Can anyone offer advice?
Here is the optimal solution to the problem: buy a Windows computer. They are cheap. A Mac with OS X installed can run Windows using Boot Camp Assistant for a system dual-boot. Only then do you get drivers Windows requires to be used with Apple hardware.
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