means your mac is not supported when trying to boot 64-bit - you have older Mac firmware that is 32-bit only.
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Mine is 64-bit process (all Mac Pro Xeons) but has EFI1.1 which was/is EFI32 (so I can't install Mountain Lion) and I get that same screen.
There are workarounds though to modify and reburn the DVD so it will. Usually load Windows in VM VirtualBox and use Windows tools to make changes.
Someone said that they tried "3" even though it only shows a 1 or 2.
After checking the 32bit boot camp box, then going through the process again with the 32bit win DVD it was loading until it said my partition was formatted wrong. There was a button "format" which I clicked on and brought up a warning, but I nervously went ahead and windows installed. The partition changed its name to "unnamed" though instead of its previous title "boot camp".
Anyway I just hope this serves it's purpose of being able to use a simple book keeping program.
Thanks for you help.