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    To bootcamp it is?
    I'm thinking of using bootcamp, so when I go on trips, I can play regular games. Maybe for some other stuff. The main thing I want to know is, will this system be able to run BF2142? BF2? CSS?:black:

    Macbook Pro|1.83ghz|1GB|120GB|

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    someone called mikee1979 posted something recently, he said he installed it and it works fine, however he encountered problems after installing some other software, you should ask him

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    I was able to install and run Counter-Strike Source, Call of Duty 2, as well as Half-Life 2 on my windows partition on my macbook pro. All of them play fine. You shouldn't have a problem.

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    Now I'm getting an error while trying to make a new partition.

    "Your disk can not be partitioned becuase some files can't be moved"
    "Back up the disk and use Disk Utility to format the disk as a single Mac OS Extended (Journaled) volume. Restore your information to the disk and try using Boot Camp Assistant again."

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    If you want another partition, you have to first wipe the drive clean and then start over. That is the only way you can do it.
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    If I wipe my HD, will I need to reinstall OSX again, or will it keep all the defaulted files?

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    Yes, you need to back up your HDD, format it and reinstall OS X. Then run bootcamp again.
    Oh...and only pretty girls use Macs...

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