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will a macbook 1.832 white will be able vista??
with like 1256mb RAM
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1.25 GB Ram? that's odd

there is a way to install Vista Beta 2 onto a MBP w/o an exitsing xp install, not sure if it works for RC1 (although i dont wee why it wouldnt)

ill try to get the link
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i mean 1.25gb because
im not going to buy a 2 gigs of memory im going to buy 1 stick of 1gb
so ill have 1.25
and im getting a macbook no pro
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I think it all comes down to drivers. When you use boot camp, it makes a disk with Windows drivers, but they would only be for XP, not Vista. If you could get driver support, I see no reason why it wouldnt work.
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Google MacBook + Vista and I bet you find atleast 3 guides on how to do it. =3
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i dont understand why anyone would spend a ton of money on a mac..... what do they have going for them? its not price, performance, and it doesnt even look good (to me).
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Originally Posted by DaRkLoRd65535
i dont understand why anyone would spend a ton of money on a mac..... what do they have going for them? its not price, performance, and it doesnt even look good (to me).
Not a good idea. There's plenty of reasons, however, this isn't a debate.
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