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Partioning Harddrive and Windows Installation on Partition

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Hey guys, how does one actually partition the harddrive on the Mac, using the disk utility, I'm still fresh off of windows, and alot of the terms are kinda off for me, thou, for the most part they do make sense, but I'm still sort of lost there. I'm looking to run Mac OS X and Windows Xp side by side, dual boot config, not emulation. So any info on how to actually do this without screwing up anything for my nice shinny Mac Book Pro, would be greatly appreciated!
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Will partition for you and create a driver CD.

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