1 Reply Latest reply: Sep 17, 2014 5:42 AM by abject_relish
Mr. Hyon Lim Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

Hi all,

I have experienced very hard Windows 7 Ultimate x64 installation problem on my 13-inch, Early 2014 Macbook Air.

What I did so far are followings


1. Buy my macbook from Shop

2. Turn on, and enable my Mac OSX.

3. Prepare new, USB 3.0 16GB usb stick for installation. Also my Windows 7 Ultimate ISO extracted from my CD-ROM.

4. Execute boot camp.

5. Check all three, and make bootable usb stick from my ISO file.

6. Set windows partition 100GB.

7. Reboot

8. The system booted by "bootcamp created usb... blah." (I can see the message bootcamp on boot message. So I'm sure that my usb stick created sucessfully)

9. However, I got following windows, I can't proceed.


Also, when I create the boot usb by *not* clicking windows support option in Bootcamp, my keyboard does not work.

I can see the discussion

  - https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5100623?start=0&tstart=0

and Knowledge article

  - http://support.apple.com/kb/TS4517


Both does not help.


[Sorry for the upside-down, I don't know why it is. The screen was captured by my iPhone]




MacBook Air, Windows 7, WIndows 7 Ultimate x64