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    Lightbulb My Idea (Bootcamp)
    My idea is to by an external hard drive for my new Mac Book, i want to run book camp and have Windows Xp run of the Hard Drive, ive seen some places say it can be done and some say it cant. If it is possible is it straight forward and if someone knows of an in depth installation guide to this, it would be great.

    Thanks

    Adam :p

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    Boot camp only works on internal drives.

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    can anyone recommend were to buy a new internal hard drive preferably 100gb or over. Also how easy are they to install, will this break my warranty?

    Adam

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    It's really easy in the macbook (non pro), and won't void your warranty either.

    Seagate drives come with a 5 year warranty and seem to do well in tests.

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