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Member Since: Apr 25, 2008
Location: Monterey, CA
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I'm certainly not totally against Bootcamp, I just feel like what is going on is a minor glitch with a simple fix. I just can't figure it out.

We use Bootcamp at work. Adobe Photoshop and Indesign and MS Office are in Mac. And, of course, CAD is in PC. I'm constantly rebooting from one to the other. It's a pain in the butt, but I deal with it. Fusion did not work well for us at work on a large server based network. But, at home it worked perfectly for CAD until I plugged in the second monitor. It's not any slower with the second monitor, so I'm skeptical to think it's strictly graphics related. I'm thinking more along the lines of the mouse driver translation from Mac to PC through Steer Mouse. I wish Setpoint would work in PC. Better yet, I wish Logitech would make Mac drivers for the MX518. I don't have Adobe at home and I have Office in PC, so it would be less rebooting than at work. I'm just sold on Macs and don't want to go back if I can avoid it.

I do not have a physical partition on the hard drive. It is virtual through Fusion. Is it possible to install Bootcamp and use the Fusion virtual partition to set up the real partition in Bootcamp. So, I won't have to reinstall everything, and go through the whole re-activation process and update hassle?

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