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Hey there,
Clumsy as I am I permanently deleted the Boot Camp Assistant, don't ask me how, but I have .
Well, the problem is I need to set-up a dual-boot to be able to run school software...

Could anyone mail me a copy of his assistant please, since I can't find any working download....

cypher.pwnz@gmail.com

thanks alot in advance....
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It will be on the restore or install disks, you can isolate it from the rest of the installation with a program called Pacifist

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