If you can wait, OSX 10.5 Leopard will have bootcamp built-in making
it easier when installing a Windows partition and booting to it.

If you can't wait, I suggest checking out this site:

But, yes, you will need to purchase a copy of either Windows XP SP2 or

There are other choices such as VMware, Crossover and Parallel. Each
of which don't require a complete restart of your machine unlike


-----Original Message-----
From: UF Web types [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of
Mutlu, Berna
Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2007 8:14 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Question about BootCamp

Hi all,

I have a question to those of you out there who enjoy using their 
Mac computers in spite of all the pressure from the PC side.  I 
have a  fairly new Macintosh laptop, and I would like to be able 
to use it in a crossplatform setting as it has that capacity.  I 
don't know how to go about it.  I downloaded BootCamp, and now I 
guess I need to buy Windows Vista, but if I do so, how does my Mac 
recgnize the CD since it is was meant for PCs. Any advice and help 
would be appreciated.

Berna Mutlu

Berna Mutlu
Office of Audit and Compliance Review