A slashdot user posted the following: Possible solution to do it without a PC!(Score:2) by mr_zorg (259994) on Friday March 17, @12:37AM (#14939734) (http://sogeeky.net/) It seems to me that the only reason you need a PC to do this is because the author is only familiar with Nero Burning-ROM to create bootable discs. It certainly isn't easy to do on the Mac, but if I've got it right, this should work. I don't have an Intel Mac to test on, can someone try this? First, install Fink. Then install the "mkisofs" package. From there, unzip the solution given and cd into that directory in terminal. Insert your XP install CD. Then run these commands: cd src ditto /Volumes/YOUR_XP_INSTALL_CD . cp -r ../patch/ . cp ../boot.img . cp ../xom.efi . cp ../howto.txt howtomac.txt mkisofs -b boot.img -no-emul-boot -boot-load-seg 1984 -boot-load-size 4 -c boot.catalog -iso-level 4 -r -J -V XP_ON_MAC -o ../xp_on_mac.iso . Note that the mkisofs is long and may be wrapped on your screen. But it should be all one line... This will create an ISO that you should be able to burn with Disk Utility. I've taken the liberty of putting the xom.efi and howto instructions on the ISO as well to make things simple. Then, just follow the howto instructions in section II "The Installation". Hopefully that works! Let me know! ************************ Can anyone confirm if this will work?