Данная версия bootcamp не предназначена для этой модели компьютера

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I just solved a big problem with my boot camp 🙂 i spend 7 hours.

After deleting boot camp 3.2 i tried to install new boot camp 3.3 but it doesnt work.

The most interesting - boot camp 3.2, 3.1, 3.0 doesnt setup too. - Error 2753.

I go to the internet to find answer. A few peoples wrote to download and install BootCamp 2.0.1, and after it 3. I found only version for xp and vista. No for win7.

After 7 hour i found a solution. Error 2753 happens because of file c:/windows/system32/AppleOSSMgr.exe. I just deleted it and try to setup again. And it works!

For all who receive error 2753 when setup bootcamp! Just try to delete file c:/windows/system32/AppleOSSMgr.exe

IT SIMPLY WORKS!

If it does not work for you - look up Windows Installer LOGS to see in what moment happens error.

MacBook Pro, Windows 7

Posted on Sep 19, 2011 6:24 PM

Принудительная установка или драйверы Apple Boot Camp под Windows

Здесь мы предполагаем, что вы выполнили инструкцию по установке Windows на свой Mac с помощью Boot Camp и получили доступ к драйверам Boot Camp по USB. После того, как ваша установка Windows запущена и работает, сделайте следующее:

  1. В строке поиска Windows Cortana введите CMD но не нажимайте клавишу ввода.
  2. Щелкните правой кнопкой мыши Командная строка Настольное приложение.

Выбрать Запустить от имени администратора. В командной строке вам нужно перейти к драйверам Boot Camp, которые вы скачали при подготовке Mac к установке Windows. Предположим, что USB-устройство смонтировано в Windows как диск «D: \».


Нажмите войти.


Установка начнется. Если вы столкнулись с ошибкой Windows, что установка не удалась, просто закройте диалоговое окно и продолжайте.

Это оно! Теперь вы сможете использовать специальное оборудование Apple во время использования Windows. Иногда, однако, вы получите устройство, которое больше не поддерживается Apple, но Windows предоставит драйвер для него независимо. В более редких случаях вы получите аппаратное обеспечение, которое вообще не будет работать, но в наши дни это кажется более редким.

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Yay for old threads

I have an old unibody 2008 macbook that I was trying this on and couldn't get any of the solutions to work for. Here is what I had to do which finally worked. None of the simple stuff was so I took a stab at it.I used a lot of the info on this page to finally come up with a solution but hopefully not everyone has the same issues that I did.

  1. In Mac, Burn the files to disc via bootcamp
  2. In windows move that file to the desktop in a folder
  3. Then launch command prompt as administrator
  4. do cd.. until youre at c: (cd.. cd.. cd.. cd.. cd. etc)
  5. cd users
  6. cd yourusername
  7. cd desktop
  8. cd bootcamp_foldername
  9. cd boot camp
  10. cd drivers
  11. cd apple
  12. bootcamp64.msi

When I did this, it actually started the 64bit installer and worked. I saw graphics install, broadcom, etc. No issues so far.

Mar 6, 2013 10:42 AM

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Click on the *.msi file BootCamp64 found in Apple \ Drivers

Control + click and select the "troubleshoot compatibility mode"

If there is a warning, just skip and ignore (nothing we can do about it) that the driver package is "known to cause trouble."

Yup, 3.0.x -> 3.1 -> 3.2

And nope, EFI32 is unsupported on 64-bit Windows 7. The iMac 2008 didnt' get EFI32 even though they had 64-bit Penryn cpu, and at the same time the MacBOOK and MacBook Pro were listed as supported at the time (the MacBook was actually DROPPED from 'supported' in Late 2008 :-(

As long as it is installed, you are fine, or as good to go as you can.

May 16, 2011 12:41 PM

When I "troubleshoot compatibility mode" on the BootCamp64.msi file, this is what I get. The message states that no changes or updates were necessary. So I still can't get BootCamp to install. Any other suggestions? I'm stumped on this one!

May 16, 2011 10:43 PM

As I understand it, and as I have been doing on 2008 Mac Pro, you have to use the Bootcamp on Install disk that came with your computer.

I then do various Bootcamp updates including those from Snow Leopard purchased later.

May 17, 2011 2:25 AM

Or newer, it really doesn't matter unless your Mac is NEWER than and doesnt' have drivers on a retail 10.6.3 DVD is all.

Is Boot Camp listed in Programs control panel?

What I suggested is to get Boot Camp 3.0 to install - what is on the DVD.

One step I didn't mention - copy everything off the DVD to a folder in Windows.

Can't save changes to a DVD which it needs to do.

you can also change Properties of Bootcamp64.msi to what you need.

May 17, 2011 6:36 AM

The trick seemed to be right-clicking (or control + click) on the BootCamp64 file and choosing "properties" instead of "troubleshoot compatibility mode." In Properties I clicked on the Compatibility tab and checked the box "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" The only option in the drop-down menu was "Previous version of Windows." I was then able to install Boot Camp 3.0. Updating to 3.1 and then 3.2 was no problem at that point.

One note: when I did this I had already copied the contents of the Boot Camp folder off the DVD and onto the Windows hard drive (as also suggested). I'm not sure if that's necessary, or if this will also work directly from the DVD.

May 17, 2011 10:54 AM

Glad it worked and my take is that copying to flash memory or folder is necessary.

No idea why Properties worked and the other did not (you do have to follow the on-screen guide with Compatibility Mode method) but should be identical result.

Of course it seems too much to document and provide a nice How To / Troubleshooting (I ended up with 4 page thread of tips at one point for Windows 7 Beta/RC and Vista 64-bit on Mac Pro). Silly me, I never imagined redesign of forums would put that thread in the shredder :-(

May 17, 2011 12:43 PM

You can also do this if the above method doesn't work (above methods didn't work for me):

Boot into Windows 7 and insert or thumb drive that contains bootcamp64.msi files

Right-click on Start » Programs » Accessories » Command Prompt

Select Run as Administrator

Type cd /d F:, press enter

Type cd windowssupport, press enter

Type cd drivers, press enter

Type cd apple, press enter

Type BootCamp64.msi, press enter

Feb 27, 2012 8:40 PM

I got around the "unsupported" error by going to the Start Menu, then Computer, then click once on the drive with the installer, then tap the "option" button on the keyboard and now click on the "File" menu, then "Open", now double-click on "Boot Camp", then "Drivers", then "Apple", then the very last file listed should be "BootCamp64"(for 32-bit click "BootCamp"). Double-click that and VOILA! Boot Camp should install along with all the Mac drivers. This was on my MacBook Air 11.6" Model 2.1 with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. Good luck!

Mar 24, 2012 1:37 PM

The hatter wrote:

Click on the *.msi file BootCamp64 found in Apple \ Drivers

Control + click and select the "troubleshoot compatibility mode"

If there is a warning, just skip and ignore (nothing we can do about it) that the driver package is "known to cause trouble."

Yup, 3.0.x -> 3.1 -> 3.2

And nope, EFI32 is unsupported on 64-bit Windows 7. The iMac 2008 didnt' get EFI32 even though they had 64-bit Penryn cpu, and at the same time the MacBOOK and MacBook Pro were listed as supported at the time (the MacBook was actually DROPPED from 'supported' in Late 2008 :-(

As long as it is installed, you are fine, or as good to go as you can.

Thank you thank you! This worked for me! 3.0 is installing as I type this 🙂

May 31, 2012 8:38 AM

Some great info here.

I have a Macbook 5,1 (late 2008) that I installed Windows 7 x64 on.

I cannot seem to install Boot Camp on it, and have actually been surviving on the Windows side just using indivdual driver downloads from the hardware companies. But I am having some trouble with key items (keyboard and trackpad support for example) and want to try to get Boot Camp installed.I don't have Boot Camp available in the Control Panel.

I went through the normal Boot Camp process on the Mac side, including producing the CD. I tried to get the .msi files to run with all the advice here (including Compatibility Mode and as Administrator once moving the files to the local HDD) but I get a message saying the .msi requires elevated privileges and can only run via the setup.exe file, and the setup.exe gives me the "Boot camp x64 is unsupported on this computer model" even with the tricks here.

May 31, 2012 5:48 PM

Look at direction from Great Life. I've used this method on both my imac and Macbook pro. One thing to note, when in command prompt, you might have to back track from what ever folder it currently has you in to the drive you have the files in. Believe you type cd../ (search google).

Jun 1, 2012 1:48 AM

Thank you Sir/Ma'am!

I don't know how I missed the Command Line instructions above. The bootcamp disk had a different path so I had to change some of the directions a bit, but once you use the cd command to go to each directory and run the .msi file, it works. I am up and running and can use my function keys and everything.

I had to do this:

cd d/ D: (d is my optical drive, I did move the files the C drive but couldnt figure out the path)

I still have issues connecting to wireless in odd ways but that's another topic.

Posting this for the unfortuante ones who may come after me. I scoured the forums for days to finally achieve a successful result so I figured I would post the results here for any who are brave enough to pursue it. Proceed at your own risk. of course Apple doesn't give you much choice.

The summary is that on a brand new Macbook Pro (MacbookPro9,1) attempts to run Bootcamp for Win 7-64 repeatedly failed. After some searching I came across information on the location of the main catalog Apple uses. Google searches on "bootcamp driver downloads" should provide info on where to find this. Then after sorting through the various bootcamp versions I found the one that applied to my macbookpro9,1 laptop. I should say supposed to work because it didn't work until I got medieval on it. All attempts to run the bootcamp setup always met with the "The version of Boot Camp is not intended for this computer model." Even when extracting the windows support section from the bootcamp pkg and then running the setup there the same error was given.

So, given that the error was being generated by the installer and this package was clearly supposed to be the correct Bootcamp for my macbook version I decided to 'assist' the installer. I went and installed the msi install editor InstEd and used it edit the bootcamp64.msi installer that is down inside the /drivers/apple folder in the WindowsSupport section of the bootcamp distribution. I then went to the table entry "LaunchCondition" and dropped it from the installer effectively removing the platform checks that had so errantly been screwing me. Then, running the setup.exe for Bootcamp happily ran and installed the full Bootcamp install and all is working now.

Note that attempts to manually run the individiual driver files from inside the WindowsSupport.dmg of the BootCamp.pkg did not get everything working. It worked for graphics and sound but usb, keyboard lightring, and trackpad functions were still fouled. Only after the full bootcamp install did all functions get resolved.

Let me just say this was an awesome experience and I would really like to thank Apple for providing me with this opportunity to learn.

Причина ошибки

Причина, по которой возникает эта ошибка, заключается в том, что Mac, который вы используете для запуска раздела Windows, больше не поддерживается Apple (т.е. они говорят, что он слишком старый!). К счастью для нас, мы можем игнорировать то, что другие считают устаревшим, и принудительно устанавливать драйверы для конкретного оборудования Apple, установленного для работы таких вещей, как камера, Wi-Fi и радиомодули Bluetooth. Вот как!

Принудительная установка или драйверы Apple Boot Camp под Windows

Здесь мы предполагаем, что вы следовали инструкциям по установке Windows на Mac с помощью Boot Camp и имеете доступ к драйверам Boot Camp на USB. После того, как ваша установка Windows будет запущена, выполните следующие действия:

  1. В строке поиска Windows Cortana введите CMD но не нажимайте клавишу ввода.
  2. Щелкните правой кнопкой мыши Командная строка Настольное приложение.
  3. Выбирать Запустить от имени администратора. В командной строке вам нужно будет перейти к драйверам Boot Camp, которые вы загрузили при подготовке Mac к установке Windows. Предположим, что USB-устройство смонтировано в Windows как диск «D: ».


Нажмите войти.


Теперь начнется установка. Если вы столкнулись с ошибкой Windows, что установка могла быть неудачной, просто закройте диалоговое окно и продолжите.

Вот и все! Теперь вы сможете использовать специальное оборудование Apple во время использования Windows. Однако иногда вы получаете устройство, которое больше не поддерживается Apple, но Windows все равно предоставит для него драйвер. В более редких случаях вы получите какое-то оборудование, которое вообще не будет работать, но в наши дни это кажется более редким.

Есть ли у вас какие-либо советы или рекомендации, чтобы ваш компьютер работал так, как вы хотите, несмотря на его возраст или указанные возможности? Дайте нам знать об этом в комментариях!

I'm trying to install Boot Camp after a successful installation of Windows 7 on my iMac Intel, and I'm getting the above message. I've scoured the forums and troubleshooting/repairing the "BootCamp64.msi" file is not working. When I troubleshoot the file, it states that troubleshooting is not necessary. When I try to repair the file, it states that I can only repair items that have been installed.

Has Apple addressed this problem, or are there other solutions to try?

Just to confirm, do I need to install BootCamp 3.0 before I can upgrade to 3.1 or 3.2?

I would have thought that Apple would address this common problem by now.

Any help would be appreciated!!

iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.7), 24" Intel iMac

Posted on May 16, 2011 11:14 AM

Причина ошибки


Причина, по которой возникает эта ошибка, заключается в том, что Mac, на котором вы используете раздел Windows, больше не поддерживается Apple (то есть они говорят, что он слишком старый!). К счастью для нас, мы можем игнорировать то, что другие считают устаревшими, и принудительно устанавливать драйверы для конкретного оборудования Apple, установленного для работы таких устройств, как камера, Wi-Fi и Bluetooth-радио. Вот как!

Заключительные комментарии

Есть ли у вас какие-либо советы или хитрости, чтобы заставить ваш компьютер работать так, как вы хотите, несмотря на его возраст или указанные возможности? Дайте нам знать об этом в комментариях!

Вам нужно установить Windows на раздел на вашем Mac? Как бы Apple ни старалась сделать это как можно проще, иногда все же возникают ошибки. Если такая ошибка возникает, это ошибка «Boot Camp не поддерживается на этой модели компьютера». Это ошибка, возникающая при попытке установить драйверы Boot Camp, предоставленные Apple, при работе с Windows.

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Great you solved my problem.

Sep 20, 2011 6:28 PM

Solved my problem! Mostly 😕

Am I only the third person in the world trying to install Boot Camp drivers onto Win 7 Pro 64 on Mac Mini 2010 with the official install DVD?

Well then why did it take me 8 hours to find a solution that actually worked?

Thank you Maxdragon!

I got "64 not supported. " so I did the right-click compatability method.

Deleting the file c:/windows/system32/AppleOSSMgr.exe actually allowed the install of Boot Camp 3.0 to actually go through.

Problem however, is that file has something to do with the Boot Camp icon. that is not where it should be and controls which OS to boot to. (something something EFI)

Sep 21, 2011 10:41 AM

When you install bootcamp it overwrites it..

Sep 21, 2011 12:31 PM

Logic would dictate that the AppleOSSMgr.exe would be in place after installing bootcamp, but I don't think I saw it until after my second attempt.

Additionally, my BootCamp notification icon did not appear until after I installed the updates 3.2 or 3.3.

My mac mini is finally at peace.

Sep 21, 2011 1:10 PM

Wow. solved my problem - thanks so much! :-)

Oct 12, 2011 10:45 PM

Many thanks for this Maxdragon! I really appreciate you posting this, when there is really no other information on the web. Problem is all fixed now here.

Oct 24, 2011 2:04 PM

There were some foolish suggestions, the part of going back to 2.0. typo?

Did you mean "delete" or proper method, uninstall?

Apple made it messy, getting better now, but you needed 3.0, and then upgrade to get 3.3.

Apple OS Switcher part of Apple Services msconfig and found in control panel Boot Camp is "handy" but not 100% essential (I ran Mac w/ Windows only and never needed to change default / could be done from Mac side Startup Disk and write the variable to NVRAM).

Going back to 3.0 is all. And when Lion and BC 4.0 came out and were buggy, people needed to uninstall BC 4.0, then go back to SL DVD BC 3.0.

Editorial: (skip if you are so inclinded):

What Apple should have and has transitioned to is to download the newest full package.

That was suppose to be part of Boot Camp Assistant, and intro'd in 10.6.6, but it rarely (10% success?) worked (more field testing, us) and got better with 10.6.8.

Of course with LION this became the only method to get a set of Windows drivers, BCA and wait and download and store locally.

MS Installer Cleanup Utility use to be helpful for such chores.

Turning off services is still possible along wth Startupitems.

Had you asked here, can't recall, but Windows 7 came out after 10.6, Apple though didn't rewrite BC 3.0, they just said, and confused people, with "you need Boot Camp 3.1" and of course in some cases 3.0 was so bad people could not reboot into Windows and HFS read-only was also 'hazardous.'

Sometimes seems like a) $30 for Lion just for drivers, and b) Intel and every motherboard manuf has to provide drivers for their products to add chipset support. And it is not this bad or require old out of date buggy drivers in order to install the correct ones you need.

End Editorial / Back to OP and discussion:

I don't recall in 5 yrs ever once seeing that error code mentioned and posted here. Kind of thing that sticks and I'd remember, and bookmark as well as search on MS and Bing.


Вам нужно установить Windows на раздел на вашем Mac? Как бы Apple ни старалась сделать это максимально простым, иногда случаются ошибки. Однажды такой ошибкой является ошибка «Boot Camp не поддерживается на этой модели компьютера». Это ошибка, которая возникает при попытке установить драйверы Boot Camp, предоставляемые Apple, при работе с Windows.

  • Причина ошибки
  • Принудительная установка драйверов Apple
  • Заключительные комментарии

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