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Sun Aug 22, 2010 9:21 pm

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I suspect that this problem may be because I'm running on an original Mac Pro. I have 10.6.4, Boot Camp 3.1. I have a 32-bit version of Win 7 installed but I wanted to install a 64-bit version on Boot Camp.

Every thing goes as it should until the DVD boots up. I then get a DOS screen with a 1. and 2. and the instruction to select the type of CD to boot. That isn't the actual instruction but it's close enough. The problem is that the keyboard is inoperable at that point and the only option is to do a hard reset. Is this a known problem with 64-bit installs?

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