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i want to buy an imac and i want a info


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can i use boot camp on iMAC 21.5 MB950GR/A T9300 to install windows7????
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Yes, Boot Camp will work fine on that model. You can learn more about Boot Camp and how to use it by visiting the Apple site and type in "Boot Camp" in the search field.

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can i use boot camp on iMAC 21.5 MB950GR/A T9300 to install windows7????
Yes you can.

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do you know if i can play wow or lineage or other rpgs after the windows set up? thanx
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You should be able to. You essentially have Windows installed on your computer.

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Yes, you will be able to run those games. Windows will run just as it does on a normal pc.

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do you know if i can play wow or lineage or other rpgs after the windows set up? thanx
Yes you can, and this is a big reason most people use bootcamp.

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Apple has even updated Boot Camp to support Windows 7, so you can be bang up to date in all respects.
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Be advised that Windows under Bootcamp is really Windows. You still have to make sure that you are up to date patchwise and that your malware checker(s) are current.

OSX gives no protection while you are in Bootcamp, since it isn't running.

Don't forget to load the windows drivers from the OSX boot disk when you get up and running. Even in my Mac newbie status, I have had to remind local switchers to stop fruitlessly trying to find drivers on the 'Net. Apple provides them for the built in hardware of the IMac.
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