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This tutorial will show you how to pick which system you want to start up your comp with. Especially if u have dual booted and windows keeps booting up instead...
09-12-2009, 10:15 AM #1[Mac Tutorial] How to Select Macs Default Startup Using bootcamp
This tutorial will show you how to pick which system you want to start up your comp with. Especially if u have dual booted and windows keeps booting up instead of your Mac os.
Step 1: Click System Preferences from Dock or Apple Taskbar
Step 2: Select Startup Disk from Preferences Menu.
Step 3: Choose which system you want to start your computer up with. Originally its supposed to be Mac OS X, Mac OS X HD, Macintosh etc. I have dual booted Windows 7 Ultimate with MAC OS X So I use a boot loader instead of this feature so I don't have a MAC OS X, etc icon there. I just have the Network System. But lets just pretend that is my Mac OS X OS.
Step 4: If you have already picked the System -> Choose Restart
Step 5: Confirmation will come up to Restart -> Click restart.
Step 6: Check if the system you picked booted up, if not Redo this whole process atleast one more time, or post questions here
09-12-2009, 02:15 PM #2
Great work man! Keep it up
P.S. I bet no one will like the Easy Crop watermark
09-12-2009, 07:09 PM #3
I don't like the Easy crop Watermark either : (
Problem is that is the only good cropping program I got..
Every other one I find on google either sucks, doesn't work, for windows, or you have to pay...
Can you suggest a good one which is free without watermark for Mac?