Refers to booting more than one operating system on one computer.

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Two SSDs in a Macbook Pro with OSX on one and Windows 7 on the other

Is it possible to have a setup like this? What I want to be able to have is one SSD with OSX Lion and another SSD with Windows 7 in a usual dual boot setup.
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How to replace a Mac hard drive with a Windows hard drive and run Windows Vista

History: My macbook hard disk failed after i dropped it and I need to replace my hard drive. I have a hard drive from a PC laptop that has Windows Vista 64-bit installed on it. Objective: I want to ...
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Why won't my MacBook Pro boot from a Linux Live CD?

Whenever I try to boot up from a live cd, it starts to boot and then it tells me: No bootable file system available. It's an Early 2011 MacBook Pro 13" 8,1 with the 2.3 GHz Core i5. What's ...
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Dual boot Linux and Lion on FileVault 2 disk

I have Mac OS X Lion installed on FileVault partition. On the same disk I've installed GNU/Linux. When I boot my MacBook I can only boot Lion. How to boot Linux? In case you need here is more ...
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Using an external boot drive and the app store

I'm trying to setup my MacBook Pro so that I have an internal drive with one OS X installation (Lion) as well as an external installation that boots via an esata card. Everything is working great ...
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Can a Macbook dual boot Snow Leopard and Lion? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Dual Boot Lion / SL My Macbook currently has Snow Leopard on it. I'd like to try Lion as well, but is there a way to make it dual boot either one, perhaps using ...
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Do I need to install the Boot Camp update in Mac OS X and Windows 7?

I'm running Windows 7 on a Boot Camp partition on a 2010 Mac Pro running Lion. Every so often I'm prompted to download and install the latest update to the Boot Camp software under Windows but this ...