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Tried a search and couldn't find this question answered: Where do I buy a copy of windows to install via bootcamp? On the apple website it says you can't use an "upgrade" version which is the only version I am seeing online/in stores for ~$220. What are people doing/paying who want to install windows (Vista ultimate)? Thanks in advance...
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