I'm not quite clear on your sitution. An error in your post makes it ambiguous.
If she wants both OS X and Windows on your MacBook, you should use the Recovery Disk Assistant:
Then use the Boot Camp assistant found in the OS X Utilities folder.
If she wants only Windows and not OS X, you may try this brute force method:
This is unsupported and not recommended but the download links all point to Apple servers. It will require a bit of computer savvy.
Hope this helps.
Sorry my bad english..See is meant. The MacBook has already come for me with Windows 7 installed, checked that it does not have another partition with OSX Lion installed, do not know how the person who did the maintenance before I managed to remove the partition with the Lion, so I can not create a disk or access boot camp because there is no partition Lion and don't own the DVDs of OSX Lion, you understand me?
There is a boot camp Windows executable? Where do I find, since I poked around and found nothing on ...
Your English is very good. I don't remember much from my Portugues class.
OK... So we're just reinstalling the Windows drivers.
First, we need to find out which model MacBook you have.
If you don't know, this is the quickest way I know:
1. Go to www.crucial.com
2. Run System Scanner
3. Look for the alpha-numeric model number starting with MA, MB, or MC.
Find your System Identifier by comparing your model number with those found here:
Using the Systerm Identifier, download the correct Boot Camp package here:
Use a compression utility like http://www.7-zip.org to browse the archive package for the files you need.
@aduffbrew thanks for reply again. According to the mac serial, is this here https://selfsolve.apple.com/RegisterProduct.do?productRegister=Y&country=USA&id= 45044D23F5W and scan results is http://www.crucial.com/systemscanner/viewscanbyid.aspx?id=D3735D1631D926C3
One thing i dont understand, as boot BootCampESD.pkg files in Windows, if that's what has to be done is clear ...I'm kinda lost, because it is my first experience with mac
You have a Macbook5,1
1. Download the corresponding .pkg file from the Cafe Encounter website listed above. Again, they have direct links to Apple servers and so the files are coming directly from Apple.
2. Manually decompress the file using a compression utility like 7ZIP that handles .PKG files or (as I just found out) change the the file extention from .PKG to .ZIP. They are actually the same format and Windows can unzip it natively.
3. Unpack the contained .DMG (Mac Disc Image File) using a program that can read the format like HFSExplorer:
4. Run the Setup
If that's too convoluted, shoot me an email and I'll send you a link to the files I unpacked just now and you can jump to step 4.
It's a shame to have that Macbook only running Windows.