>the Intel version is very limited what apps will work on it
They're all limited, with basically zero support. A quick Google search would show that interest (per the attendant volume of discussion) in Win/And dual-boot is limited to a very small number of enthusiasts. Then, peer help is minimal, and self-help is your main recourse.
Do realize that questions like "why doesn't XYZ work on my PC" is an exercise in futility, if only because of the infinite permutations of Windows boxes. If you can't find the solution via a search, then no one can help you, even if they were willing--and most aren't. When it comes to geek things like dual-boot, there is no patience for handholding. No offense.
Win/And dual-boot may yet get official vendor support, if rumors of dual-boot boxes are realized. Certainly, Intel is pushing for such, since the Atom is in the unique position of supporting both platforms. But business politics are aligned against it, and more importantly, end-user demand is non-existent.