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On start up screen goes to dos and says "you need to restart you

On start up screen goes to dos and says "you need to restart you

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  • rickyjen3 Feb 14, 2009

    Ok I have the similar problem and once I had click on the hard drive it went back to the same thing please help!

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You have a mac with a program called boot camp. What you need to do is to hold the option key down once you restart it. Keep holding it down until you get to a screen that shows two hard drives on it, one says mac and the other says windows. Use the mouse or arrow keys to choose the mac icon and then hit enter. and yes, you will have to do this everytime you reboot.

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