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post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by shifty22123 View Post
It should work in dos, but when you start using the OS itself you will find some problems like no right click button, unsupported keys and even hardware
The new macs have right click.

One more thing, how will the Macbook pro with bootcamp work with games like BF2 and 2142? I usually only play WoW which is supported by Macs so not worried about that. But sometimes i feel like playing something diffrent.
post #12 of 13
Depends on the videocard in your macbook pro. I have the 128mb version of the mobility x1600 and it handles most games just fine. an m8600gt shoudl work great.
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Originally Posted by galil3o View Post
Depends on the videocard in your macbook pro. I have the 128mb version of the mobility x1600 and it handles most games just fine. an m8600gt shoudl work great.
I am definatly getting the 8600GT version with the Santa Rosa core. I wont be playing many games on it at all. Probably just WoW. I dont play many PC games, thats what my Xbox 360 is for.

Is it possible to run a triple boot? Like run OS X, Windows, and Linux or Unix? or is 2 max?
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