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Okay so i portioned my drive 32GB. installed windows XP fine, went to install Windows XP Pro SP2 and it says i have no room, so i went and checked.

Ad 21Gb or so is used up from my windows portion and i have no clue why but that still leaves 11GB left and i still can't install SP2. and i don't have it on my XP disc.

Any help would be much appreciated =].

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You have to have a CD containing XP with Service Pack 2. You can not first install XP, and then install SP2. See other thread: Help with BootCamp running Windows on MacBook?

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Poo that. i'll just wait for COD4 on mac, and fix my PC for CS:S. "/



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And just as an FYI: it is called partition, partitions, partitioning, etc., not portion.

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Poo that. i'll just wait for COD4 on mac, and fix my PC for CS:S. "/
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