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Windows 7: Please HELP!! I Need A Help In Dual Booting: Windows 7 + Mac OS X

28 Apr 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
Please HELP!! I Need A Help In Dual Booting: Windows 7 + Mac OS X

Okay Guys, I Was Trying To Dual Booting My Computer...
Originally It Was Windows 7..
And I Wanted To Add The Mac On It..
I Used A Program Called: "iATKOS v7" Or Something Like That..
Everything Worked Just Fine (After I Try It Around 3 Times...)
I Restarted Finally My Computer, Found 2 Lines:
1- Windows 7 Ultimate
2- NTS Mac OS

I Was So Happy That FINALLY The Dual Boot Worked!!

When I Pressed It... One New Problem Put An End To My Happiness...
On The Screen We Can See That:

"Before You Begin...
Press the key immediately to the right of the Shift key on the left side of the keyboard that can't be identified.

Press the key only once and do not hold down the key for a long time.
When the key is recognized, the next panel will appear."

And A Picture Of Shift And A Button On The Right Of The Shift Key Is Marked Like They Say To Me To Press It..

And In The Bottom Of The Page, They Say: Identifying your keyboard...

It Had Been Around 2 Hours.. And Nothing Appeared..
I Tried All Keys In The Keyboard, And Nothing Shows Up!!!

Any Help Please!!
I Will Really Really Really Appreciate It!!

And, By The Way, The Key On The Right Of The Left Shift Is Not The "Z" Key??

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29 Apr 2011   #2

Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit/Window 7 VM

Why not use bootcamp?
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