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Sat Jun 15, 2013 10:49 pm

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Good Morning!
I am using MACBOOK AIR 2010 model.
I Installed Windows 7 recently by using boot camp to play a game
It got installed and everything was fine.
But when i reboot again it asks for start up repair and repairs and clears all files that I :oops: :oops: installed.Happens when ever I restart or whenever I switch into windows
I used Boot Camp version 3.0.4(322)
What I am supposed to do?
what is the problem?
The game which I play is a Multiplayer FPS game
is that a problem?

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Mon Jun 24, 2013 1:07 am

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You might try updating to Boot Camp 4 Windows drivers. (Boot Camp 5 doesn't support your Mac model.)

There are several different updates for Boot Camp 4, but this one supports your Mac model:

Other than that, you can try delete the Windows partition with Boot Camp Assistent, then recreate the partition and reinstall Windows.

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