See? It can be done!
The secret is, apparently, whacking a huge SD card into the Eee PC’s expansion slot and letting Vista use that for its special needs, rather than the rather limited file space available on the Eee PC’s solid-state drive.
He’s even whacked up a video of it working and everything, just in case you’re one of those cynical internet conspiracy theorists who won’t believe anything unless it’s accompanied by video evidence and a signed letter from a GP.
Asus has already let it slip out that official Windows versions of the Eee PC could be on the way in 2008, but if it’s possible to whack Vista on there now – what’s the point in waiting?
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Asus is aiming to sell a staggering 3.8 million Eee PCs next year – some with Windows on