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No Windows Vista/Mac OS X Dual Boot - No Windows Vista/Mac OS X Dual Boot
Fri, March 10 2006 | 4:13PM | PermaLink Feedback?

Ouch the reason why the first set of Xbox360's overheated was because Microsoft forgot to remove the foil wrapers off the heatsinks! Ooo from CeBit, pictures of the Socket F Opteron. Looks like dual booting Windows Vista and Mac OS X will be a no go.

The move will prevent owners of the new MacInteltoshes from running a dual boot on their machines. Not only would they depend on EFI, their processors are not 64-bit and will not work anyway. This will mean that they will be forever stuck with OS X and dual booting earlier versions of Windows.

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