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Late 2006 iMac Bootcamp won't Start

Hello. I have a Late 2006 iMac 6,1 24” w/ C2D T7600 2.33GHz 4MB 667MHz, GeForce 7600 GT 256MB, 4GB PC2-5300, and Seagate ST1000DM003 1TB HDD. I’m currently running 10.7.5 Lion. The computer works great, no issues in OS X, but when I create a new Bootcamp Partition, I go through the full process, insert my Windows 7 DVD which I have tested and works in other Macs that have. It restarts and once it does, I hear the DVD drive make a few noises (normal noises it makes when reading) and I have confirmed it works well. It goes to a black screen and just sits there and will not go any further. There’s no blinking cursor or anything. The display is on yes, but it just sits at a black screen and doesn’t do anything else. I’ve tried tons of thing including FireWire Boot from another Mac that has a Windows partition, I’ve tried firewire boot to that Mac’s DVD drive, and even linux but I can’t get it to boot from anything but OS X. If anyone could help me solve this, I would greatly appreciate it. Note: I have also installed rEFIt toolkit and it didn’t help.

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I was able to solve the problem by changing the hard drive out to a smaller capacity 320GB Seagate Drive I had laying around from a laptop. It seems like it doesn’t like the modern high capacity hard drives and instead wanted a smaller drive. I read this from a thread where another person with a newer MacBook had this same issue.

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Have you tried booting from a DVD drive that you can attach to your Mac via USB? They sell these types of DVD drives at Walmart and Best Buy, among other stores.

If that doesn’t work, then the problem may be with the Mac installation itself. Try reinstalling a new copy of the macOS and starting over. Turn on the Mac and press and hold command +r until you see the Apple logo. This will launch macOS recovery, and “Reinstall macOS” will be one of the options.

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@dancomptia Yes I have. I have an LG SP series DVD drive that I tried. Didn’t help. How would the Mac installation effect it’s ability to boot to Windows? I figured it would be a firmware issue.


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