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Boot Camp Upgrade to Windows 7?


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I have a new MBP, a new Vista disc, and an Windows 7 Upgrade disc. Can I use Boot Camp to install Vista, then update to Windows 7? Thanks in advance.
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The Windows 7 upgrade will install clean without any previous version of Windows being present and it will activate just fine. You do not need to install Vista.

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Thank you, exactly what i needed
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