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Have a Windows application you need to use once in a while? No problem. Every new Mac lets you install Windows XP and Vista and run them at native speeds, using a built-in utility called Boot Camp.
 
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its for a keygen but i dont think i can put much more down about it on here cos it may be against the rules, not to sure though.

motion audio if you need more info and you reckon you can help let me know ill do it through pm if you get me
 

RUSSLA

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Get Parallels and then run a virtual machine, install windows, then you can run exes without having to reboot and worrying about it :)
 

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just download ^ that program its free and it extracts rar's just like on a PC
he never asked about unpacking anything, which mac will do anyways. he asked about opening an .exe which is a windows executable file and cannot be opened on a mac.

dont fuck up your mac with windows man, take it to your friends house and do it there.
 

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he never asked about unpacking anything, which mac will do anyways. he asked about opening an .exe which is a windows executable file and cannot be opened on a mac.

dont fuck up your mac with windows man, take it to your friends house and do it there.
ahhhhhh i see sorry i should read things properly 1st!
 
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