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  1. troublesome_killa

    troublesome_killa Member

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    Ok I was playing Call of Duty 4 through bootcamp, and I was about to beat the task and all of a sudden BSOD

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  2. JohnyW

    JohnyW New Member

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    Proof you shouldn't taint the wonderful Mac with something as infidel as Windows.
  3. thechungster

    thechungster Super Moderator Emeritus

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    Just wondering, Vista or XP?
    I've bootcamped Vista on my MacBook for at least 3 months now and nothing is wrong with mine

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    This is why people get Mac OS X

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  5. DotSlashSlash

    DotSlashSlash Active Member

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    lol i have had windows xp home edition on our family imac for ages now (we hardly ever go on it) but it always been fine, (i think it got a virus or something at one point but i fixed it) but nothing like that
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    thechungster Super Moderator Emeritus

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    When I first installed XP on my MacBook for the very first time, I forgot to put an anti virus on because I was so used to MacOSX, and I got around 1500 viruses after a week

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    Then I just deleted the partion and I reinstalled it

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    I set up XP for my mates Macbook and he got a trojan on it which somehow got access to the Mac OS X side. I deleted it easily though
  8. troublesome_killa

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    Vista, ok this is kinda off topic but Can I buy a solid state drive for my macbook at a store?
  9. rafarquhar

    rafarquhar New Member

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    Proof you shouldn't taint the wonderful Windows with something as infidel as Mac.

    (Don't kill me! I had to. I'm kidding. Partially

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    To the topic starter - can you still boot Windows?

    I'm going to have to say that this isn't possible. I run Windows without an antivirus 90% of the time (I turn it off to play games and forget to turn it back on) and I don't have any viruses.

    Edit: ..Knock on wood.

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