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Installing Windows XP via boot camp


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i recently purchased a new mac book and was interested in dual booting windows xp. is there a walk through or video to help show how to install windows xp using boot camp? ive looked around and most how tos are not as informative as i would hope. thanks.
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The Boot Camp Assistant will walk you through all the steps needed to get Windows up and running on your Mac. Open up a Finder window and click on Applications. Scroll down to your Utilities folder and double click on a program called Boot Camp Assistant. Just follow the simple directions.

Be sure to have a blank CD and a copy of Windows XP SP2 on hand.


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^^ If you have Leopard, you don't even need a blank CD to burn a drivers disc..
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