More 'evidence' of a Mac running XP

An Apple Computer engineer may not believe Windows can be installed on the new Intel-based Macs, but that isn't stopping hackers from trying--and maybe even succeeding.

The site Windows XP on Mac, which is promising about $13,000 to the person who successfully installs Windows XP on an Intel Mac, has posted a notice that a "solution has been submitted" and is being verified.

Here's an alleged video of Windows installing on a Mac. You can decide if it's real or simply a video of XP installing on a PC that is being shown on the Mac. (Here's an unrelated "solution" to the problem.)

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