4269 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jul 28, 2012 12:28 PM by HackerWayne
I have seen this page many many times already.
I know it is not supported by apple. But it must be possible. I read about people with MBA's getting xp on them.
My windows xp sp2 cd should at least be bootable? Its an original with the flashy 3D genuine design on it.
I have installed Win 7 previously, but with a usb stick. I can't have a 20gb OS on my 64gb MBA drive.
I hope you can understand better my problem.
Let us know when you do
No one has so far and no one knows why or howcome.
64GB might just be just enough - for one or the other.
Windows 7 SP1 can take 9GB of storage during the update for temp file space, and 35GB for the OS. SSDs need GC, provisioning and more overhead to work properly. And still a lack of TRIM in OS X.