Monday, November 16, 2009

How to Tutorial Install Windows 7 On macintosh

windows 7 tutorial install on your Mac using Boot Camp you will need the following:

1. All firmware updates installed on your Mac (use Apple Button -> Software Update… to check)
2. A Windows 7 installation DVD
3. Your OS X Leopard installation DVD
4. At least 10GB of empty hard drive space on your Mac (you can probably get away with less but you’ll have almost no room to install anything other than the OS)
5. An hour if all goes well, up to 5 hours if not
6. Though not absolutely required, it’s a VERY good idea to have a complete and up to date Time Machine backup of OS X – it really came in handy for me. Because part of the process involves partitioning your drive, there’s always the distinct chance something will go wrong and everything will be wiped out.
7. Patience, possibly a great deal of it. Having a book handy will also help kill time during the partitioning, installing etc).

Installing Windows 7 via Boot Camp

1. Here goes. First thing – close absolutely every open program you can. That includes those things running in the Apple Menu that you always forget about. Don’t worry about killing the Dock or Dashboard – having those running is fine.
2. Now open a Finder and navigate to Applications -> Utilities and double-click Boot Camp Assistant.

3. Click Continue on the initial Introduction screen. Ignore the fact that it doesn’t mention Windows 7 as a possible OS to install.
4.Now you have to decide how much space you want to allocate to Windows 7. You might be able to get away with going as low as 6GB, but I would highly advise against it. You’ll have almost no space left over to install software, and your page file in Windows might cause frequent crashes. I opted for 20GB, which left me with just a bit over 16GB to use after installing Windows 7.To change the amount of space to dedicate to Windows 7, click the small divider between Mac OS X and Windows, and drag it to the left.

5.Once you’ve determined how much space you want to allocate to Windows 7, click the Partition button.

6.The partitioning itself doesn’t take particularly long. If you receive an error, proceed to step 10 of the “How to install Vista with Boot Camp” tutorial. It provides all the troubleshooting info you need to resolve partitioning issues. Once you’ve cleared up any problems, or if everything just goes smoothly, proceed with the next step in this tutorial.

7.Once completed you’ll notice a new BOOTCAMP drive on your desktop.

8.Now insert your Windows 7 DVD and click the Start Installation button.

9.Your Mac will restart, and Windows 7 will boot. You’ll be prompted with a window asking you which partition you want to install Windows on. Select the one with BOOTCAMP in the Name column. Selecting anything else may wipe out OS X or cause serious problems. Then select the Drive options (advanced) link.

10.With the BOOTCAMP volume still selected, click the Format link.

Click OK

11.And Windows 7 will begin to install. It’s a fairly boring process, so you may want to grab yourself a cup of coffee or your beverage of choice. But don’t go too far away, because when your system reboots, you’ll need to remove the Windows 7 DVD.

12.With the Windows 7 DVD removed, your Mac will automatically boot back into Windows 7, and the installation will complete. You’ll be prompted to select your language, keyboard layout etc. The rest of the Windows 7 installation process is very straight forward.
13.Once the installation has completed and your Mac has restarted again, you’ll be able to use Windows 7. WiFi will work immediately (no drivers to install) so connect to the Internet. Windows 7 will then begin to download updates, including the proper video card driver. Let it do its thing.

14.Once completed, you’ll be prompted to reboot yet again.

15.Once Windows 7 boots back up again, you’ll notice the resolution is much better, and you can enable the advanced graphics features.

16.But if you check for sound, you’ll notice there are no sound drivers installed.

17.Insert your OS X Leopard DVD. When prompted, select Run setup.exe.

18.The Boot Camp installer will launch. Click Next to begin.

19.Select I accept the terms in the license agreement and then click Next again.

20.Make sure that Apple Software Update for Windows is checked, and click Install.

21.# The Boot Camp installer will do its thing, and install all the required drivers.

22.Notifications will pop up with each driver that gets installed.

23.Once completed, click Finish.

24.And yet again you’ll be prompted to reboot. Remove your OS X Leopard DVD from the drive, and click Yes to restart.

25.# If you still have problems with sound not working, you’ll need to install the Realtek drivers. Windows 7 Tutorial will explain what to do.
# That’s it, you’re done! When your Mac boots, hold down the Option key to select which Operating System you want to boot into Windows 7 tutorial.

Free Download Windows 7

Now Available Windows 7 Build 7227
Windows 7 is another success of the operating system faster progress RTM Release Candidate (mid-July 2009). With the development and long past the 7200 mark, the next version of Windows client is now until the end of the 7227th Construction No official confirmation was for Build 7227, the last stage of development of Windows 7, which left from Redmond, and subsequently reach for illegal downloads on various third-party websites, including the torrent tracker.
As in the past, more than one branch in connection with the process of building Windows 7th In this context, WinMain is the main branch ofdevelopment. The vast majority of the leak of Windows 7 may be to WinMain, development efforts to curb the production of gold from the plain vanilla version of Windows 7th Plain Vanilla winmain_sp, there is also the industry. In winmain_sp Windows 7 comes bundled with Service Pack 1 This is the case with Windows 7 Build 7227th

Belonging to the branch winmain_sp, Build 7227 is the Service Pack 1 of Windows 7 more Wzor confirmed. The network construction is 6.1.7227.0.winmain_sp.090602-2110, suggesting that the bits were on the 2nd June 2009. I asked him if forked Microsoft (Department for theconstruction of the tree) the development of Windows 7 and the construction of SP1 RTM and Windows 7 in parallel, but only a “no comment” response from the Redmond company

I’m not really expecting much, because the software giant has been completely silent on the Windows-7 was constructed and used to Tester Technology Adoption Program and close partners, or simply dogfooded (internally). But the fact that Microsoft’s management, to the mother in thedevelopment of Windows 7 Build 7100, because the discharge pipe, in early May does not mean that the report based on the platform is not a regular, even daily.

However, users who want to take a look at Windows 7, and the Service Pack 1 (SP1), you can use the Torrent sites. A simple BitTorrent client is all that is required is that Windows 7 Build 7227 by peer-to-peer (P2P). The users find that they are unable to make the installation of the 7227th is in a publication. VHD (virtual hard disk) image, which is based on the work as a guest OS in a virtual machine product like Virtual PC 2007 or Virtual PC for Windows.


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Windows 7 Tutorial Install From USB Drive

Windows 7 Tutorial Install From USB Drive
This guide works 100% for Vista and Windows 7, in contrast to most of the leaders there. I have many sites / blogs that you install Vista on a USB controller, but with incomplete or not Started Guide. I also have some guides that are not “the proper use of commands in this manual. After many hours I have with this guide to 100%.

I just did this method on one of my friends machine and installed the new Windows 7 BETA. The main advantage is that by using USB drive you will be able to install Windows 7/Vista in just 15 minutes. You can also use this bootable USB drive on friend’s computer who doesn’t have a DVD optical drive.

The method is very simple and you can use without any hassles. Needless to say that your motherboard should support USB Boot feature to make use of the bootable USB drive.


*USB Flash Drive (Minimum 4GB)

*Windows 7 or Vista installation files.

Follow the below steps to create bootable Windows 7/Vista USB drive using which you can install Windows 7/Vista easily.

1. Plug-in your USB flash drive to USB port and move all the contents from USB drive to a safe location on your system.

2. Open Command Prompt with admin rights. Use any of the below methods to open Command Prompt with admin rights.

*Type cmd in Start menu search box and hit Ctrl+ Shift+ Enter.


*Go to Start menu > All programs > Accessories, right click on Command Prompt and select Run as administrator.

3. You need to know about the USB drive a little bit. Type in the following commands in the command prompt:

First type DISKPART and hit enter to see the below message.

Next type LIST DISK command and note down the Disk number (ex: Disk 1) of your USB flash drive. In the below screenshot my Flash Drive Disk no is Disk 1.

4. Next type all the below commands one by one. Here I assume that your disk drive no is “Disk 1”.If you have Disk 2 as your USB flash drive then use Disk 2.Refer the above step to confirm it.

So below are the commands you need to type and execute one by one:







(Format process may take few seconds)



Don’t close the command prompt as we need to execute one more command at the next step. Just minimize it.

5. Next insert your Windows7/Vista DVD into the optical drive and check the drive letter of the DVD drive. In this guide I will assume that your DVD drive letter is “D” and USB drive letter is “H” (open my computer to know about it).

6. Maximize the minimized Command Prompt in the 4th step.Type the following command now:

D:CD BOOT and hit enter.Where “D” is your DVD drive letter.

CD BOOT and hit enter to see the below message.

7. Type another command given below to update the USB drive with BOOTMGR compatible code.


Where “H” is your USB drive letter. Once you enter the above command you will see the below message.

8. Copy your Windows 7/Vista DVD contents to the USB flash drive.

9. Your USB drive is ready to boot and install Windows 7/Vista. Only thing you need to change the boot priority at the BIOS to USB from the HDD or CD ROM drive. I won’t explain it as it’s just the matter the changing the boot priority or enabling the USB boot option in the BIOS.

Note: If you are not able to boot after following this guide means you haven’t set the BIOS priority to USB. If you got any problem in following this guide feel free to ask questions by leaving comment.

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