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  1. #1

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    Jun 18, 2009
    Windows 7 on Macbook
    Hey guys, had a question regarding the installing of Windows 7 on my MacBook Pro 15" 2.4 GHz.

    I mainly just want to play video games on the Windows side, most notably that new MMORPG coming out Star Wars The Old Republic. I'm not going to be installing or using any software on the Windows side.

    How many gigabytes would you guys say is good to partition my disk for the Windows side? 32? I really don't do much on the Mac side except surf the web, music, movies, and thats it.

    Or should I just install Windows XP? I'm not sure if that would work for the Old Republic though.

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    Jaackl's Avatar
    Member Since
    Mar 05, 2011
    Late-2010 MacBook
    Install Windows 7, worth more in the long run. In terms to how much disk space, I'd say go with 50GB.

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    robduckyworth's Avatar
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    Jan 04, 2011
    Reading, UK
    15" MBP, 2.5GHz i7, 750GB, 6770M 1GB, iPad 3, iPhone 4, custom PC
    yep 50GB. dont bog your windows side down for no reason with too little space.
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