I use boot camp as well ...it's a fairly simple setup procedure. One thing you might want to know ...when you format the partition Windows is going on you may want to do what I did and choose FAT32 over NTFS. If you go with FAT32 the drive will show up on your OS X desktop and you can read/write to it. If you format it as NTFS you will have to copy things from one to the other via flash drive, or CD, etc. Although, you can't make the partition very big at with FAT32 ...not that I think you would need to. I'm pretty sure 32GB is the max size for a FAT32 drive. I have a 14GB partition myself. <br><br>zweisoft<br>
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