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Install Windows 7 on Mac as dual boot

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I have MAC book air computer (OS X Mountain Lion), I need to install windows 7 as dual boot. the MAC does not have a DVD drive, I might just get Windows 7  iso image in a USB drive,

how do I get the install of windows 7 as dual boot ?

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Article here: http://www.macwindows.com/winintelmac.html

Basically, you either use "bootcamp" (which comes with MAC OS) or run Windows in a VM using software you need to purchase (like "Parallels")

The article referenced above gives some pointers as to the advantages of each method...

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