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when i add boot camp to my pc, does that also enable me to install window only programs to my computer?
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You will not be able to use BootCamp:
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i'm new at macs and i got a referbished eMac 1.44 ghz v.10.4.8
BootCamp runs only on Intel processor Macs. The eMac is a PPC Mac.
If you absolutely need to run a Windows program on your Mac, then you will have to purchase Virtual PC.

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do I need classic 9 to install virtual pc?
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