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Will be loading Windows XP onto my Mac when i get it and going by the number of threads in here many have problems installing it properly.

Reading through many of these "problem" threads i see from advice given many of these issues could have been avoided if the instructions were followed properly.

My technical problem at the moment is i don't have a printer at home on which to print out these instructions but my boss at work as said if not encyclopea sized i can use the office printer to get these notes.

Does anyone know of a link to a pdf or something that i could print out to make life as easy as possible doing this task.?

Cheers again for any advice.
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Edit :- Have found a PDF on Apple's website but it's 25 pages long , would be nice if there was a more condensed guide.
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The PDF file on the Apple site is the only official guide that I know of. I'm sure you can find other guides by doing a Google search, but I suspect most will be rather long.

Why not print out the guide using both sides of the paper. Just set the printer to do an odd - even print. Of course that means you'll have to know how to turn the paper over unless the printer does duplex.
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Thanks for that. It's a huge printer that we don't use to it's full potential. It's bound to be able to do duplex printing...just need to work out how.
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