How to Select Your Mac's Default Startup System

How to Select Your Mac's Default Startup System

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These are instructions on how to select the system you want to use to start up your computer. You may have to follow this tutorial if you installed Boot Camp and your Mac keeps starting into Windows instead of Mac OS X.

Step One
Click System Preferences from the Apple Menu at the top left corner of your screen.
How to Select Your Mac's Default Startup System

Step Two
Click to select Startup Disk from the System Preferences window.
How to Select Your Mac's Default Startup System

Step Three
Click to select the system you want to use to start up your computer. If you have just installed Boot Camp you will likely want to choose Mac OS X on Macintosh HD or similar.
How to Select Your Mac's Default Startup System

NOTE*: You can also use this menu to start up from a network drive or restart the computer in Target Disk Mode.

Step Four
Once you have select the system you would like to start up with click the Restart... button.
How to Select Your Mac's Default Startup System

Step Five
When asked to confirm the restart click the Restart button.
How to Select Your Mac's Default Startup System

Step Six
Your computer will then reboot using the system you selected!
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a-dag - January 22, 2009 at 1:01am
20 Seconds of my life wasted.
kelvin_swe@yahoo.com - January 22, 2009 at 12:28am
Please dont waste internet bandwidth by adding such documents. Instead add documents like how to install Leopard snow on Parallels or how to install ubuntu on bootcamp and so on..
iClarified - January 22, 2009 at 1:33am
@Kelvin, this site was created to help beginners and advanced users alike. I would venture to say that 95+% of users have no clue to how to change the default system their Mac boots with. To them this is not a waste of internet bandwidth.
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