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    Thumbs up I have Windows 7 installed, how do I keep it to have both?

    My PC already came with Windows 7 installed and fully functional. Now how can I keep it and install OSX86? How do I go about it? Or do I just erase Windows 7, install OSX, partition HD and then reinstall windows 7?

    Help would be much appreciated! ^_^



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    Quote Originally Posted by samantha View Post
    My PC already came with Windows 7 installed and fully functional. Now how can I keep it and install OSX86? How do I go about it? Or do I just erase Windows 7, install OSX, partition HD and then reinstall windows 7?

    Help would be much appreciated! ^_^
    The best option is to make 2 partitions but you can always try to shrink ur main in order to win some space, backup ur info before trying XD
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