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Boot Camp Resources has been moved to Windows on the Mac (windowsonthemac.com/forums) for the purpose of expanding from Boot Camp only to the addition of Parallels and VMWare Fusion. BCR is where you got the methods for tri-booting with Vista, XP, and OS X, and the method for extracting XP drivers for Vista. Just wanted to keep you all posted on the location of the site.
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