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#1 mwieting

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Posted 06 November 2014 - 04:46 PM

Does anyone have any experince running Windows(7), Mac, and a different version of Windows (7) via BootCamp on a Mac?



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Posted 07 November 2014 - 03:13 PM

Not with BootCamp, but I do with Parallels...at least running more than one guest OS.

For BootCamp, I have read that the way Apple has things setup, it gets messy when trying to create additional partitions beyond the main Mac partition, the Bootcamp partition, and the recovery partition. I forget if it causes problems with the recovery partition or something else. Regardless, I believe it does require a third-party partition program if memory serves.

So, it will likely be MUCH easier to do with something like Parallels or VMWare Fusion.




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