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MacBook Pro - another boot camp problem


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Hello,

I've just upgraded my Leopard to version 10.5.2.
I've Mac Book Pro 2.2

I'm trying now to start Boot Camp assistant and to install Windows Xp on my machine as I need this OS for work.

During Boot Camp Assistant startup process I see this message:
"Boot Camp Assistant cannot be used - You must update system software before using this setup assistant."

I've checked using "System Update" that I've already have newest version of all OS components.

What's wrong then ?
Could someone tell me how I can install Windows XP SP2 on my MacBook Pro? (I think BootCamp is compulsory to perform this operation).

Help!
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try downloading the 10.5.2 combo update from apple's website and running that
*someone please confirm this - I don't know if there is a chance of messing up your computer by doing this*

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