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OS 10.5 - Boot Camp now supports 64-bit?


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I just saw this on Macrumors, but didn't see anything on Apple.com.

http://www.macrumors.com/2008/01/21/...-in-boot-camp/

Do you think they will offer this capability for all Macs or just the MAc Pros? Any reason why they wouldn't offer it for all Macs? This interested me b/c I am currently using my 32-bit XP on an older machine, but want to change from Vista to XP on my MBP using my 64-bit copy of XP..

I also saw that MS is going to relax their licensing restrictions to use certain versions of Vista on virtual machines. I wonder if the 2 are in any way related. Also, the service pack 3 for XP that is in the works.

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Thanks for that news. I'm also hoping they relax the requirements so I
can use 64-bit bootcamp on my 2006 C2D iMac. I really can't believe
they didn't design it without 64-bit bootcamp in mind.

I wonder if they're going to do the same thing as with the 802.11n driver
and the iPod Touch, and charge extra for the new "features".
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