Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 29th Jan 2006 20:14 UTC, submitted by alcibiades
Apple Computer Guru has a theoretical solution to the Intel-Macs-Won't-Boot-Windows problem. All you need, according to him, is a set of Acronis applications, a clean install of Windows XP on another computer, Vista boot files, bcdedit, a Windows Vista DVD, and of course an Intel Mac. Please note that all of his ideas are pure theory, as he does not own a MacBook Pro or Intel iMac. Someone who does should try to verify this.
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Moochman
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2005-07-06

People moving from Windows PCs to Macs still want to be able to play their old games, and even existing Mac users will probably want to have access to the much wider array of Windows games out there. Especially considering the very decent graphics cards Apple tends to stock their systems with, this seems like the top reason to run Windows on a Macintel.

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