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Silveraura

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25th June, 2006 at 21:10:56 -

Lord of the Rings and King Kong were made through Autodesk programs such as 3D Studio Max, which is as far as my knowledge, native to Windows only so far.

Customizing an OS is one of the many things that make them liked. And the fact that Mac has ONLY 10% of commercial software? Hell, in your attempt to convert me, you actually made me like Windows even more, Keaton! No doubt Mac isnít powerful, but what it lacks is flexibility, and compatibility. Both of which are very important.

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26th June, 2006 at 20:44:15 -

So, now that the mac has started using pentium processors can you duel boot your windows box with OS/X? That would be cool.

Alright, I'm about to install Vista. I'd like to duel boot it, but I haven't had any luck with Partition Magic. :/

 
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27th June, 2006 at 21:54:19 -

Windows XP works fine if you use x64 edition. I will never use 32 bit windows again if I have a choice on the matter.

 
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1st July, 2006 at 00:51:18 -

Vista is very good even in BETA, I have found no bugs, nor has it crashed for me. Partition Magic also pissed me off so much. First it gave me instructions that made my computer unbootable and I had to reformat. Then I installed it again and it couldn't partition because the drive was locked.So I looked up help for that, but no real answers, then I thought, maybe it was because I had Service Pack 2 before, and what do you know I installed Sp2 and it worked. So then I just installed Vista on the partition and it was fine, I can still boot XP and Vista.

 
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1st July, 2006 at 00:56:13 -

Don't raise dead topics, the "debate" is over, let the topic die already!

 
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