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Bootcamp Drops Dukungan untuk Windows XP dan Vista pada MacBook Baru

Bootcamp Drops Dukungan untuk Windows XP dan Vista pada MacBook Baru

Posted February 27, 2011 at 12:11pm by iClarified
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Bootcamp tidak lagi menawarkan dukungan untuk Windows XP dan Vista pada MacBook baru saja dirilis minggu lalu, menurut ZDNet.

Sebuah dokumen dukungan Apple mengatakan,
- MacBook Air (Late 2010) dan MacBook Pro (Early 2011) komputer dukungan 32 dan versi 64 bit Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, atau Windows 7 Ultimate.

Catatan: Windows XP dan Vista driver tersebut tidak diberikan untuk komputer ini dan tidak didukung


- Untuk menggunakan Boot Camp dengan dengan Windows 7, Anda memerlukan berikut ini:
● Sebuah drive optik (MacBook Air komputer memerlukan disc drive eksternal optik untuk menginstal Windows 7).
● CD kosong atau perangkat USB storage ke berisi Driver Windows diciptakan oleh Boot Camp Assistant.
● Untuk versi 32-bit Windows, setidaknya 16 GB ruang kosong.
● Untuk versi 64-bit Windows, setidaknya 20 GB ruang kosong.
● Boot Camp Assistant, yang diinstal di / Applications / Utilities /.
● Sebuah, otentik 32-bit atau 64-bit Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, atau disc Ultimate.

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Bootcamp Drops Dukungan untuk Windows XP dan Vista pada MacBook Baru
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teraflow
teraflow - February 27, 2011 at 3:15pm
To anyone complaining about this: think for a moment, Apple sells its own computers (MacBooks, iMac...) and they sell it with Mac OS, which is their own OS. If they have to make drivers to every goddamn OS in order to support running them, they are losing millions of $$$, plus XP an Vista are discontinued. If you need Windows, buy a laptop.
Andrew
Andrew - February 27, 2011 at 6:42pm
Fanboy... NTFS support!
Neerav Kothari
Neerav Kothari - February 28, 2011 at 12:35am
they earn many millions more simply because macs can also run windows. thats whats make mac usable everywhere, even at work. if they were to only loose rather than gain, they wouldn't support windows at the first place. if my MacBook were incapable of running windows, i would had never bought it. u can practically do without os x, but not without windows simply because of every other machine out there (95%) is a windows machine. Am an Apple fanatic too…. but reality is reality. Neerav PS: i think the new macbooks can't run vista and xp cause MS must not have licensed Apple to support it anymore. I'm sure people will find a work around.
teraflow
teraflow - February 28, 2011 at 6:14am
Again: XP and Vista are discontinued, which means they will not be updated anymore and no one will give support for them. This means Apple will not only have to make the drivers, but also will have to deal with problem, issues and more, when it's a Microsoft problem.
Neerav Kothari
Neerav Kothari - February 28, 2011 at 6:36am
duh!!! now where did that come from? there are hoards of manufacturers making drivers for xp and vista that work! apple has ALREADY made drivers for xp and vista that work. atleast it could had bundled those if not improve on it. this is ridiculous. just because we like apple doesn't mean some of us have to defend every wrong that it does!
Rod
Rod - February 27, 2011 at 1:39pm
That sucks. Unless it means that they will be supporting NTFS drives. Right now the only reason I use xp on my bootcamp so I can have it fat32 so I can read and write to my bootcamp partition while in OSX. Are they adding NTFS Support?
Boywonda
Boywonda - February 27, 2011 at 1:52pm
I use something call MacFUSE, or something like that. I googled how to write, save, etc to a NTFS drive from Mac and it gave me two download links. Installed and it works perfectly
Andrew
Andrew - February 27, 2011 at 12:26pm
That's stupid... XP is still defacto OS in my studios which is what I use my MacBook in/at.
SuperTiti
SuperTiti - February 27, 2011 at 12:32pm
That's totally crazy indeed ! Even Apple forces to buy new Microsoft products ! O_0
Neerav Kothari
Neerav Kothari - February 28, 2011 at 12:40am
I think this is something about license issues. its one of MSe's passive aggressive strategies to force users to move to windows 7. there is no reason why apple would force people to move to 7. infact, that would decrease its user base because many people still prefer xp over the later 2. infact, only ones i know having 7 are the ones that have it pre bundled in their machines.
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