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so, where do i go about finding.. say.. a torrent for bootcamp, instructions on how to install it, and windows, and um.... anything else i might need.

i know how to work a computer, in general, but i AM new to not only installing windows, but operating systems in general.

any help would be appreciated, whether it is specific to any part of this procedure, or the entire thing.

thanks in advance...
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If you're new to these types of installs, you may want to look into Parallels instead, since it's easier to work with. Boot Camp is available for download at Apple. Windows is available for purchase pretty much anywhere.
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Remember Boot Camp is only beta at the moment. You might be better off waiting for Leopard which is supposed to come with the final, finished product.
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