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And now I want rid. How do I get rid of the Windows bit so I can start again and put XP on?

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Reload XP from scratch, my man! Sucks, I know, but it's the only way to downgrade.
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Yeah, boot your XP CD and reformat. I'll refrain from any comments about how Vista is already a downgrade...

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But... Isn't... that... a... comment... in... itself?
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Cheers chaps!
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Just wondering how exactly Vista Runs on a Mac with 1GB RAM. How do you find it? --- Those of you here that know me, know that I have no interest in it but I would like to give it a go because I haven't setup any sort of a Dualboot yet (which can come in handy).

Haven't used Bootcamp yet at all.
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This thread is hilarious. The title suggests that he's happy about putting Vista onto his Mac.

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