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Reply # 175667 4-Nov-2008 12:01
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TechnoGuy001: I did install it on my Mac but when I tried to install MacDrive (a program I need to see my Mac partitions) it said I needed at lease Windows Vista or XP, so obviously they don't support Windows 7 yet. So in a hour or 2 ill install Vista back on :) (But ill still have my VMware version)


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  Reply # 175730 4-Nov-2008 15:09
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chakkaradeep:
TechnoGuy001: I did install it on my Mac but when I tried to install MacDrive (a program I need to see my Mac partitions) it said I needed at lease Windows Vista or XP, so obviously they don't support Windows 7 yet. So in a hour or 2 ill install Vista back on :) (But ill still have my VMware version)


Thats a PITA if you have Apple Hardware Yell

It sure is!
Now I have to wait for them to release a update :(Altho I could do it without the Mac partitions, but it would be rather annoying.
But at lease the drivers that Apple gave for Vista still work on Windows 7

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  Reply # 176361 6-Nov-2008 18:24
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How did you manage to get the new ui?

I only get the vista look

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