Thread: Boot Camp
12-28-2006, 07:33 PM #1
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- Dec 28, 2006
- Scotland, UK
- MacBook Pro 15", 2.16 ghz, 1GB ram, 120GB; iPod Classic 80GB; iPod shuffle (2nd gen); iPhone 16gb
I'm currently waiting on my new MacBook Pro being delivered, and it'd be an advantage for me if I could run Windows on it as well. I've only just recently heard about the development of Boot Camp, but as far as I can see from everything I've found and read online, it specifically requires the use of a Windows Service Pack 2 installation disc. I only have my own Service Pack 1 disc. Is there any way I can use this initially and then upgrade? Does the application actually allow the installation if SP1 is used rather than SP2?
Any info appreciated. Thanks.
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