Anyway to open .exe using a mac?

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  1. Then.. Again..

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    Without installing window?
     
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    iDrive OTAP crew. Muradadog crew. GO GATORS!

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    Crossover?
     
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    i jsut tried crossover and hmm.. i really dont understand how to use it
     
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    hurleyint1386 Someone has sand in their vagina

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    Cross over... Only way
     
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    im using vmware fusion and its pretty nice
     
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    parallels kicks the pants off vmware fusion assuming you dont need DX8 :o
     
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    IcyHot4Life Str8 Ballin'

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    :hsugh: are we using the same product? I'm about to uninstall parallels... too many broken promises. nonexistant linux support, broke-as-hell DX8 implementation, v3.0 is a damn mess, they want more money for what should still be beta software. Fusion Beta 4 is more solid, better supported, and actually runs OSes other than Windows without twisting your arm. :o
     
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    Parallels works great for me since I just need to run a few XP apps. If you do need linux or DX8 (like I mentioned) then of course VMWare is far superior, but if you're like me and just need to run one or two xp apps along side your mac apps it's great :o
     

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