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Hi guys

I just want to know how i can play PC GAMES in my new MacBook OS X
. I tried to search and find many things but i cant trust those sites actullay
. And im kinda addicted in this game ( The Lord Of The RingS: The Battle For Middle Earth 2 ). So plz guys help me to find the right programme that makes me play this game and back to my life .Give a link or something like that

i will be thankful guys

plz help me !!!!
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That's a PC game, not for Mac OS X. Your best bet is to get Boot Camp installed, and you'll need your own copy of XP to install as well. Then you will need to boot into XP to play your game. I'm saying "XP" because I don't know about Vista or Windows7.
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where can i get that XP cd , should i buy it ?
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If I were you, I'd stay away from Vista. You could check to see if Boot Camp and your game will work with Windows7. But actually, XP works great with games. And, if you run a Google Products search, you should find places to buy XP cheap. And, yes, you need to buy it.
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well thanks man

but i cant download a free programme that will let me play the game or buying a XP windows will be the only solution ?
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Nothing to do with a comment/question or suggestion about the forum itself. Moving appropriately.

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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nope. you need to be running windows.
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