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Trying to install Windows 7 through Boot Camp  **(using iso)**
WIndows support software not being detected–though, I have it.

If this has been solved or discussed elsewhere: sorry, I've been checking all day and it doesn't seem like anyone else has had this specific problem.

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13-inch, Mid 2010



Version 10.8.5


Model Name:     MacBook Pro


Model Identifier:     MacBookPro7,1


Processor Name:     Intel Core 2 Duo


Processor Speed:     2.66 GHz


Number of Processors:     1


Total Number of Cores:     2




Maybe someone show me a pic or a description of what the Windows support file looks like(so I can compare)?

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*Also: The steps of Boot Camp Assistant are different for me in comparison to the step by step videos I've watched and tons of forums I dragged my eyes through. I'm sure the particular model has to do with it. But I'm wondering if for my specific model, I'll have to make a few more adjustments in the Info.plist(or anywhere else) before moving on and completing my download.

MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.5)


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