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Have windows vista on partition on my mac book pro the older version but windows is deactvated how can i resinstall visa wont boot up my setup disc
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Try opening Bootcamp Assistant in OSX and removing the partition (restore to single partition) and then re-creating the partition and then put your setup disk in for Vista when it tells you and cick continue and you should be good do go.
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