Long ago, there was a clear-cut distance between a Mac and a Windows-based personal computer because of their distinct software framework. But since the late-2000s, Apple has switched over to the Intel x 86 standard frameworks from PowerPC CPU architecture so to liberalize its machines to make it compatible with other popular operating systems. Under the hood, a PC and a Mac don’t have a technical distinction any more.
Apple’s inbuilt Boot Camp feature allows the users to install Windows operating system on their Mac machines without any technical conflict. The most crucial thing Boot Camp doesn't support is allowing the users to work with both operating systems at the same time.
Apple Boot Camp Assistant takes the process further only when your Windows copy is available in either physical disk, USB drive, or in ISO image. You don’t need to do additional technical task if you install the OS using USB drive.
If the copy of Windows you have is stored on an installation DVD, you first of all have to create an ISO image from this media so as to install Windows OS on your Mac with the help of the Boot Camp Assistant.
If you fail to do so, you might encounter a message directing you to press any key on your keyboard. Or your Mac may develop a technical error while installing Windows OS.
Though the latest editions of Windows OS do come along with downloadable ISO files and you don’t need to create its ISO image. In case, if your Windows OS doesn’t have downloadable ISO Images, you should go through the following steps:
While creating ISO image of your Windows OS, you may probably come across some common technical errors. To avoid such conditions, dial support number for Boot Camp for Mac and get the support in real time.
After creating ISO image of your Windows OS, you can now use Boot Camp to install in on your Mac computer. While installing the OS, follow all the instructions displaying in the window.
When you click on Continue, you will get a pop up to find the ISO file that you have created. Select the file and click OK. Now Windows is installing.
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