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Windows 7: Win7 and Mac on 2 hdds?

01 Feb 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
Win7 and Mac on 2 hdds?

Is it possible to set up Windows 7 on one hdd and Mac on my 2nd hdd?
They are both 1TB each so i have plenty of room, i have tried looking online to see if its possible but everytime i search for "dual boot 2 hdd" i only see people asking about win xp / win xxx

Thanks in advance

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02 Feb 2011   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

Yes, it is possible. Assuming that you're using a Mac, just get BootCamp and put in your Windows 7 DVD. I don't actually know how the process works since I don't have a Mac, but I'm sure searching "BootCamp Windows 7" or something on Google will help you out.

If you're using a non-Mac computer, then you could be in for some trouble. Installing Windows 7 is easy, but installing the hacked Mac OS (or Hackintosh) could give you a rough time. You might want to go to a forum dedicated to Hackintosh for help with that. Needless to say, this isn't for the weak-hearted.
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