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will sp1 work to get windows on my mac

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You need SP2...if you look around the forum there are similar posts which explain the setup needed...
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use nlite to slip stream you win xp with service pack 2

thats what i did and it worked fine

:yinyang: Evolution win 3.1 / 95 -98-2000-xp now Tiger bye bill
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