Rather than using the Bootcamping option in OSX, you can easily find a way to run Windows XP on Mac. It doesn’t involve much effort or expenses. Don’t put your mac away into a locked up cupboard or storage space, getting Windows installed is easy. The following steps should help you out in this regard:-
Mandatory Requirements to jumpstart the process
Make sure you have running and authentic version of Operating System Windows XP SP2, along with original product key. You also need to have the Windows XP SP3 Driver for Installation, along with the Bootcamp 2.1 Drivers that came alongside the original installation DVD. Last but not the least, the final add-ons that you will require include the Apple HFS along with drivers for XP. Also, please make sure that you utilize a version of Windows XP that is clean. Using a pirated version might seem to work at first, but eventually you will find that the same is not being read by the OSX bios whilst rebooting your computer. Unfortunately, it will be too late by then, and you will have to waste a lot of time and efforts starting all over again. So you might as well begin the right way to go ahead smoothly.
Now that you have ensured that you have the necessary wherewithal to begin the easy, hassle-free and step-wise procedure, you can immediately start off. Please proceed to the ‘Start’ to get started now, without any further delay!