derFunkenstein wrote:They artificially block Boot Camp drivers from installing on 64-bit OSes if they determine that the Mac isn't worthy, but you can dig around in folders on the Leopard DVD within Windows and install them manually.
FireGryphon wrote:Did you burn the iso to disc so that it's a file on the disc, or did you burn the iso so that it creates a true installation disc? I don't mean to be rude, but your wording leads me to believe that you might have done that.
bthylafh wrote:On the Mac side, I like a free utility called ImageBurner.
derFunkenstein wrote:You can re-format as NTFS in the Windows 7 installer
derFunkenstein wrote:I don't recall the option, but on the screen where you see your partitions, there's something like an advanced link, or something. It un-locks a bunch of other previously-hidden options, including Format. It's after you pick Custom install instead of Upgrade install. Been too long since I installed, sorry.
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