Triple boot

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Mark Vergeer
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I said I wasn't going to do it, but I did.... my system now triple-boots to Windows, Mac OSX and Vista Home Premium...The latter being more experimental for me at this time. OSX and WindowsXP get the most use still.

I like Vista's look, it's nice eye-candy but when I compare it to my main OS (OSX) I find Vista's interface rather busy - yet beautiful. I've yet to test out it's compatibility with games, software etc. But I always have my XP installation and my Laptop for the real work.

I experienced just a minor few hickups in the installations - only my network NIC wasn't recognized but a small download I did prior to that fixed it. My Pinnacle 110i PCI MCE also needed a small download to get it operating probably within mediacenter. Now that last part of Vista is something that made me rush out and get that remote control for my x360. Been recording and streaming TV programs quite a bit the past couple of days. Works like a dream. Haven't tried much else yet.

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Mark Vergeer
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On intel Mac's Bootcamp is

On intel Mac's Bootcamp is the way to go. I sent you an email that explains further.

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Bill Loguidice
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Are you triple booting with

Are you triple booting with Bootcamp or something else?

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