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Hello there, I have been reading the posts on the merit of using bootcamp. I have since tried to download bootcamp and have gone to the apple website but what i find is a an update for bootcamp. is that what I am supposed to download.
If not could you please assist me by providing a link to download it.

NOTE: I have a 15" macbook pro running Mac Os X leopard 10.5.5 with 2GB Ram and ATi Radeon Graphics card.

I hope installing windows (XP) will allow me to play games and run my adobe CS3.
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Bootcamp Assistant is part of Leopard (and Snow Leopard) - no download required.

Hit CMD + Spacebar to bring up spotlight (or click the magnifying glass top-right of the screen) and type bootcamp

Highlight Bootcamp assistant and hit enter.

Now just follow the instructions from here.

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i would to print out the BootCamp instructions first before using it.

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