Install Boot Camp in Windows 7

How to install Boot Camp Windows 7 for advanced users.
If you own a recent Mac to Intel based, you may be aware that you can easily install Windows over by a wizard designed by Apple. This wizard called Boot Camp, can first prepare the hard drive of the Mac to host Windows, then install the necessary drivers once Windows freshly installed.

If you're curious, you may have installed Windows 7 on your Mac Intel and noticed that the Boot Camp Assistant will not install by displaying the error code 2229. This error occurs because the assistant is expected to settle on Windows versions less than or equal to Windows Vista. It is possible to solve this problem by handling that only advanced users should attempt. This manipulation is explained later in this note.

To solve the problem, you will need:
* Installation CD Mac OS X Leopard
* An editor like Orca MSI files.

Now follow these steps:
1. After starting on Windows 7, copy the contents of "Boot Camp" installation DVD of Mac OS X Leopard on a hard drive accessible by Windows.
2. In the MSI file editor that you have downloaded and installed, open the file "BootCamp.msi" (or "BootCamp64.msi" if you have installed the 64 bit version of Windows 7) located in the "Drivers / Apple ' .
3. In the left column called "Tables" select table "LaunchConditions" and delete it by selecting "Drop table ..." from the menu or menu "Tables".
4. Save the MSI file.
5. Restart the installation and follow the instructions in the wizard.