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Sadly no, although people are trying. See www.darlinghq.org Similar Question You could always run virtualized though...


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I'm not 100% positive, but a Mac that old probably has a 32-bit EFI, even if it's got a 64-bit CPU. (The first Intel-based Macs had 32-bit CPUs with 32-bit EFIs. When Apple updated to 64-bit CPUs, the EFIs lagged behind for a generation or so before the EFI was updated to 64-bit.) For a native EFI-mode boot, installing in EFI mode is most easily done with an ...


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Booting Windows 7 in EFI mode on a Mac is tricky at best. (Note UEFI is EFI 2.x, but Macs' EFIs are all 1.x versions, so Macs technically don't have UEFIs.) There's a very long thread on MacRumors about this subject: http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/win7-x64-booting-natively-via-efi-no-bios-emulation.696523/ To boil this thread down, some people have ...


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It seems to be entirely possible, this guide seems to be sensible. From what I've read on other tutorials, it's essential to install a utility called rEFInd, as Macs need their EFI boot loader to be modified correctly. There are also some brief notes from a user who has completed the process earlier this year here. This link has details on installing ...



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