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Does new macbook / macbook pro support windows xp and vista 64 bit?

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Does new macbook / macbook pro support windows xp and vista 64 bit?

and Does new macbook run on 64bit mode?
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The Core 2 duo are 64 bit processors.

You can install Vista 64 bit - but it takes a bit of work:

See here:
http://simpable.com/software/mbp-64bit-vista/
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how about new MACBOOK 13", does it support 64 bit?
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