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    Nate's Avatar
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    Windows on Mac
    When you use bootcamp on a Mac, do you get all those windows virus?
    And when you run bootcamp, can you still use dmg files and exe?

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    D3v1L80Y's Avatar
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    Feb 02, 2004
    NOTE: Moved to correct forum.

    BootCamp merely sets up your computer for a Windows installation.
    Once you install Windows, then yes, you can use whatever file types Windows uses and yes you are susceptible to any viruses that Windows has.
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