Posted 16 August 2009 - 05:07 PM
You'll need the original OS X install disc for the Mac, or a Leopard(10.5) install disc if the Mac came with Tiger(10.4). You'll need to do a clean install of OS X. Once thats done, go to /Applications/Utilities/Boot Camp Assistant. That will properly partition the hard drive. If you're gonna be using mainly XP, give the most space to the Boot Camp partition. Then itll ask for the XP install CD, and it'll reboot and go thru a normal XP install. Once thats done, boot into XP and stick the OS X install disc in, and you'll be able to install all the proper drivers for XP to work right. Run Apple Update to get the latest drivers and you should be good to go.