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I already have an XP partition installed with bootcamp but I thought it would be cool to access this via Parallels. Is there a way to do that? It seems that Parallels wants me to totally reinstall and start fresh... I don't want to do that as I already have a lot of work put into the partition and I want to have the option of doing a totally boot in windows as I mainly will be playing games in windows and some may not run well in Parallels. Thanks in advance.
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