I have a MacBook Air and now I want to install Windows 7. How can I do that?
I've use Parallels and it's definitely the smoothest way to run both OS side by side.
dual-boot es very good
Ofcourse you can with dual boot
Of course... you can. With bootcamp or software like Parallels
yes you can use Dual Boot for this
Yes you can. There are 2 options to do it. You'll definitely need an Original Windows 7 CD for it.
1. Virtualisation Software- Virtual Box, VM Ware etc. would allow you to run any OS from within your current OS. I have Windows 7 and use Virtual Box to run Kubuntu and Backtrack GNU/Linux as virtual OS from within 7. You can download the OSx version of Virtual box and use it.
2. Dual boot- This is more of a permanent commitment on your Mac and I'm not sure if it can be done. Here is the method anyway. Insert your CD in your CD drive. Shut down your Mac. Open it again and enter the boot menu and give the highest priority to CD drive in boot order. If everything is done properly, you'll see Windows loading instead of OSx. Follow onscreen instructions and set a partition of your hard drive for Windows. If everything goes properly, you'll have it windows running.
good information by you i like it.
Yes you can ! you should try the dual-boot with Boot Camp :)
Use parallels desktop
You have multiple options:
1) dual-boot with Boot Camp
3) stand-alone Windows installation
http://derekhat.com/install-vista-on-a-macbook-without-bootcamp/ (same process for any other Windows 7)
Which one did you try? Just curious about number 3).
Yes buy the windows 7 cd. Then use apple boot camp to dual - boot. Or you can use paralles desktop to run windows side by side with mac.