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1 year ago#11
Boot Camp is a driver package to run Windows on a Mac
https://www.apple.com/ca/support/bootcamp/
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1 year ago#12
This topic 10/10
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1 year ago#13
jamieyello3 posted...
Dragnfyr posted...
Boot Camp is for Macs. Why are you installing it on a non-Apple computer?


Why would it even start up on a windows if it was for a mac?


Because it's a piece of software you INSTALL on a MAC that ALLOWS YOU TO RUN WINDOWS ON SAID MAC. I don't know if you're incredibly dense, or just trolling.
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1 year ago#14
JKatarn posted...
jamieyello3 posted...
Dragnfyr posted...
Boot Camp is for Macs. Why are you installing it on a non-Apple computer?


Why would it even start up on a windows if it was for a mac?


Because it's a piece of software you INSTALL on a MAC that ALLOWS YOU TO RUN WINDOWS ON SAID MAC. I don't know if you're incredibly dense, or just trolling.


Well I must have been dense because I didn't know what I was doing band installed it the wrong way, now I'm just frustrated. I guess I have to reinstall windows.
1 year ago#15
Still, you'd think I'd get an error message because the program should have checked my OS before going through with it, but I guess that's what I get for not paying attention to what I was doing. <_<
1 year ago#16
jamieyello3 posted...
Still, you'd think I'd get an error message because the program should have checked my OS before going through with it, but I guess that's what I get for not paying attention to what I was doing. <_<


Your OS is not a problem. You were installing it in Windows which is what it was meant to be installed on.
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1 year ago#17
Dragnfyr posted...
Your OS is not a problem. You were installing it in Windows which is what it was meant to be installed on.


But that contradicts this

JKatarn posted...
Because it's a piece of software you INSTALL on a MAC that ALLOWS YOU TO RUN WINDOWS ON SAID MAC. I don't know if you're incredibly dense, or just trolling.
1 year ago#18
Why did you try to install bootcamp on a Windows PC?
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1 year ago#19
reincarnator07 posted...
Why did you try to install bootcamp on a Windows PC?


Wanted garageband, because all windows audio programs are very mediocre, which ironically took away my audio all together.
1 year ago#20
Wait, so you installed Bootcamp on a Windows PC hoping you could dual boot OSX on it? Is that correct?
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