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C4LV1N0

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#31886 3-Apr-2009 09:25
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I am running Windows Vista on a MacBook with Boot Camp. Just today, whenever I start Vista, it starts to check my disk. It says "press any key to cancel" but when I press a key it's doesn't cancel.

Please help me!

Thanks...

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taylorroach
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  #205135 3-Apr-2009 13:58
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Hey, I Have Macbook Pro...!
Wondering If It Is Worth Putting Vista On It Like You Do??

Does It Slow It Down At All Or Anything??

Cheers

C4LV1N0

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  #205192 3-Apr-2009 17:27
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Vista on a Mac is good. Works fine!

I solved the problem too. Just force shut down by holding the power button when it has the loading bar saying "Microsoft Corperation"

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