Hello, are you now at, (the highest yours goes)...
Mac mini (Mid 2010) Macmini4,1
One possble solution here, with maybe alt key to boot your Windows installer instead of the c key...
Jun 17, 2009, 06:48 PM
I just installed it today (twice actually, after changing my mind about something) so I can tell you how to do it. What I did was completely ignore Boot Camp and used Disk Utility to format the intended Windows drive as FAT32/Master Boot Record. Then I just rebooted with C held down and the Windows 7 CD took care of the rest.
I have a 2009 Mac Pro so all my drivers etc were on my OS disc. If you need to burn the drivers, by all means use Boot Camp just for that part
I got a warning in Windows 7 that Boot Camp had issues with the RC but it has been rock solid so far.