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Is there any way to get to play my old pc games on my mac? I don't have a copy of XP yet... Im hoping to get one soon because as a business major I will need that to get through college...

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Is there any way to get to play my old pc games on my mac?
Yes. Install Windows.

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You need a copy of windows.

Then you can boot camp it, run parallels, vmware fusion or q emulator http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/20830/
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