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fiffel

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  1. Hi, I have been given a Macbook by a friend who has asked me to get rid of Vista and install OSX on it. The MacBook currently only has Vista installed and does not have an Apple Partition. I installed BootCamp and when I tried the "Restart in MacOSX" command the error "No OSX Volume can be found" You may think I'm crazy but it's as though the MacBook has forgotten it's made by Apple. On startup there is no Apple logo and if you try zapping the PRAM, starting in Target Mode or holding down the C key to start using an Apple DVD, these commands are simply ignored and the MacBook screen goes black and then Vista appears. In order to get OSX on this device am I going to have to get to know about EFI and change it in some way? This is really beyond me but any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated. Regards
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