you need
  • - Apple Mac Intel processor with OS X 10.5 or later versions;
  • - CD with Windows Vista, XP or Windows 7;
  • - Software Boot Camp.
Open Boot Camp Assistant.The start file is located in ~ / Applications / Utilities / Boot Camp Assistant.Double-click the icon to start the program.
Create disk space for OS Windows.Make sure you have enough space for installation.Windows XP takes about 1.5 GB, Vista - from 20 to 40 GB, and of Windows 7 - 20 GB.Boot Camp Assistant creates a special section for Windows.Insert the Windows disk and click "Start Installation."Your computer will restart and begin installing Windows.
Select the appropriate Boot Camp partition after you restart the computer, it will start to install Windows.Be sure to select o
nly that you created in the previous step section, and in any case not in a normal partition Mac.Otherwise, all your data will be destroyed.
Specify the type of format the partition.If you are installing Windows XP, you have two options: FAT32 and NTFS.If you are installing Vista or later system, your only choice is NTFS.Then start the formatting process, which can take some time, depending on the size of the partition.
Run the installer Apple, install the drivers and utilities.Upon completion of the installation of Windows your computer will restart and launch the new system already.It will look rather crude, as is working with all the default settings.Do not worry, Apple provides the software for Windows, you can install it later.
Insert the system Mac OS X and run the installation file.Accept the license agreement and make sure that you check on the option "Install Apple Software Update for Windows".Sit back and let Apple installer is complete.Ignore the pop-up messages or windows.After setting, press "Yes" to restart the system again.

Now you can install and run any Windows program on your computer by booting into Windows.