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Initial post: 10 Sep 2011 11:48:25 BDT
hi, i have a new imac which i have upgraded and its a bit of gaming rig with only one problem,all my games are PC so can i run this through boot camp,

Posted on 14 Jan 2012 12:56:19 GMT
<OOoOo> says:
Normally yes, but this may be a different type of windows installer that Boot Camp doesn't like. You can bypass Boot Camp if you know what you're doing and install any version of Windows (nothing too involved), otherwise contact Apple and ask them if this particular Windows disk will work with Boot Camp.
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