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Vista on eSATA


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Hello, is it possible to run Vista bootcamp-style off of an eSATA drive w/ an expresscard34 adapter on the MBP in my avatar so i don't need to partition my internal drive? I have booted XP off of my firewire external using VMware Fusion before so I know that works, but I would like to use bootcamp to take full advantage of the hardware. Is this doable? Thanks!
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