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I just bought iMac and there are no words that can discribe how satisfied I am with it!
but there's one thing I miss alot and that's playing games...I will have in while some games that run on mac osx but CS is one that runs only under windows so I tried fusion and installed it but it doesn't work it stops responding...so I tried to install ati driver for windows but it seams it doesn't reckognize Graphic Card...I would really like to know if parallels or bootcamp can do something more? help and thanks
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Bootcamp is by far the best. I think it'll run in Parallels or with crossover, but the results will be very disappointing.

I use Bootcamp to play CS Source. It's not much of a hassle since reboot only takes a minute or two. It gives me time to get set up (I have to open my MBP which I normally run in closed mode, gets too hot gaming, and plug in my headset)

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Tnx man...thanks alot...I'll try bootcamp rightaway...and if it is not too much can you tell me what is MBP since I just want to understand your message completely (don't forget I have mac for 4 days now and everything is new)
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No problem. MBP = Macbook Pro. Mine is a 2.16 GHz core2duo with 2GB of RAM

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