Solutions to problems occurring with Windows® 7 running through bootcamp
What are the different bootcamp problems that can occur in Windows 7?
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Following are different problems that can occur with Windows 7 running through bootcamp, their causes, symptoms, and tips to fix this issue:
- Hardware problems
- Software problems
- Tips to be considered
There are many hardware problems that would occur when Windows 7 is running through bootcamp. The DVI to VGA sometimes does not work in Windows in all monitors and it would result in certain video problems. When the bootcamp sound drivers are not installed properly, it would result in sound problems. Sometimes, the Bluetooth device would also cause certain connection problems during the startup. Then Windows would run faster and would cause the keyboard and mouse to lose connection.
Certain software problems would also occur when Windows 7 runs through bootcamp. The Windows Media player would not function well due to the distortion of WMV file. Sometimes, the versions of Google won’t work in your PC. You won’t be able to install the Windows update and you also won’t be able to move files to the Windows Drive.
In order to get rid of the hardware problems, you would have to check the power source, monitors, keyboard, floppy, and CD drive. You could also run the Power On self test as soon as your system is turned on to troubleshoot the hardware problems. The advantage of running this test is that if any hardware problem occurs, it would give a beep sound. In order to fix the software problems such as the improper functioning of Windows media player, you would have to use the latest updates.
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