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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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If I used KaZaA for videos (bad videos), and I have Mac oS X with 2004 NOrton Anti, would I get virus'?
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there has yet to be a virus fo OS X. All of the viruses that you would get on Kazaa are designed for windows

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So then running norton is worthless? waow. Its nice to know there arn't viruses, but kinda wish i hadn't wasted the money
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so I can download videos, music on Kazaa without any worries?
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yea it is pretty much pointless but who knows maybe someday could make a virus that could wipe out the entire mac community and you would be one of the few safe people

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kAzaa isnt for mac? i need a link for it then to download.
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there is no kazaa for mac

go to versiontracker.com and try out acquisition or limewire....they are the most popular

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Guys, this isn't the place to discuss illegal activities. Viruses, yes - but not which p2p software to use to get 'bad videos'.

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