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SubjectRe: Emulation on Apple OS X Reply to this message
Posted bysdplayer
Posted on07/13/07 06:46 AM

This isn't directly related to your question but I'm about to recieve (absolutley free) a top spec Apple Notebook. Thing is I want to be able to run windows applications on the notebook without sacrificing performance by using windows emulation software.

Does anyone know if there would be any problems with either:

1. Completely removing Mac OSX from the hard drve and installing Windows Vista.

or preferably:

2: Partitioning the hard drive and having Mac OS on one side and Windows Vista on the other!

Again, I know this is not on topic but if anyone has any information about this issue it would be much appreciated.

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Subject  Posted byPosted On
*Emulation on Apple OS X  davidgilmour07/11/07 05:13 PM
.*i honestly wouldn't bother -mt-  Ibbo07/16/07 01:30 PM
..*You don't need to pay him  RoushiMSX07/16/07 03:53 PM
..Re: Emulation on Apple OS X  sdplayer07/13/07 06:46 AM
..*Re: Emulation on Apple OS X  wildcat07/13/07 10:03 AM
.*Re: Emulation on Apple OS X  sdplayer07/13/07 06:45 AM
.*Virtual PC *nt*  wildcat07/12/07 02:13 AM
.*Re: Emulation on Apple OS X  jumpmanjr07/11/07 11:50 PM