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Restoring an XP Image to Bootcamp

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I am ordering my new MacBook tomorrow, and was wondering if I can clone my current XP install using PQ Drive Image, and then restore it to the Bootcamp partition I will create, or do you have to do a fresh install of my licensed copy of XP?
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