Call of Duty, Command & Conquer on my Macbook Pro i7

Discussion in 'Mac and PC Games' started by Pitorro, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. Pitorro macrumors newbie

    Pitorro

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    Ok, I guess this is the right forum to ask my mac brothers.
    I just got my first MAC (Macbook Pro i7, 15 inch, with the HD screen). I've tried the Boot Camp partition to play my PC Games like Call of Duty 2, 4 and World at War, and all my Command & Conquer Generals & others on my Macbook Pro i7. My first issue was that I couldn't get the Windows Partition to work with XP, therefore I couldn't play my games. So I tried Crossover Software that runs in virtual mode...that didn't play my games neither. My question is, Honestly what really works without issues to run my high speed PC Games like Call of Duty etc?? I'm thinking on returning my MAC and get a High Speed Game Box, but I'm feed up with the PC compatibility issues, driver issues and PC viruses!

    Please help!!

    Pitorro:confused:
     
  2. jakeguy99 macrumors regular

    jakeguy99

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    Bootcamp with windows xp or windows 7 is the way to go. Download the instructions of how to properly install windows XP on your partitioned HD and redo it. There is no competition when comparing bootcamp to crossover. There should be no issues with your partitioned HD. make sure you install all the proper drivers and what not. Just follow directions.
     
  3. Pitorro thread starter macrumors newbie

    Pitorro

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  4. Dartcr macrumors newbie

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    sorry for change the main idea of the topic.. I own a mac and i am want to play CoD4, my doubt is if can i play cod4 in mac using my key from PC version?

    thx
     

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