Automatically boot up mac os x

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Apple
Leopard OS
MacBook Pro
Partitioning
I have a new MacBook Pro running leopard OS.  I have partitioned part of the drive so i can run windows on my macbook.  i have since then deleted the windows partition. I am curious if their is a way to have my machine automatically boot up into mac instead of me having to hold the option (alt) button down.
ASKED: April 30, 2010  10:52 AM
UPDATED: May 10, 2010  11:45 AM

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You will probably need to edit the boot loader configuration file. If you are using the boot loader from Mac, the file to modify is “/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist”

P.s. Be careful when editing this file.

ooooopppssss thats not the best way, you might damage the Mac OS like that, only u have to do that is go to “system preferences” and then open “startup Disk” from there u can select ur desire drive for Boot. which will boot automaticaly……..enjoy it

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