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10.4: Use a free utility to easily boot into Windows
Authored by: jaguarcy on Jul 18, '07 09:31:30AM

When I try to run it, it says that it was unable to find a Windows volume. Dunno if any of this matters, but I run my boot camp installation via parallels as well, and I've made the windows partition not mount on boot time so I don't have to see it on the desktop. I tried running the app after mounting the partition as well, but same problem occurred.

As a question, after using this app (assuming it works), what happens when you restart from windows, does OS X still boot as the primary OS? (which would be ideal...)

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