Os X & Amd Pc

Discussion in 'macOS' started by taficke, Oct 28, 2007.

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  1. taficke macrumors member

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    Ok i would like to start by saying im sure there are other posts about this on these forums but i am not so great with macs and would appreciate any help i can get. Ok here is my question...
    Is it possible to get Leopard on and AMD PC? I have an AMD turion 64X2 1.8GHZ processor and 2 GB of ram. Are there any ways to do this? Should i install Tiger first and then install leopard on top of that? Is it even possible to install Mac OS X on a pc? Is there a way i can dual boot OS X and Vista? Will i need any special drivers or anything? Is it going to cost anything? PLEASE HELP ME OUT!!!! Thanks in advance...
     
  2. flopticalcube macrumors G4

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    Its difficult but possible. We are really not supposed to give help on here. Assuming you have a valid OSX license and don't mind breaking Apple's licensing agreement, go here.
     
  3. Eluzion macrumors 6502

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    Legally? No.

    Possible? Yes.

    Will you find help on these forums? No.

    Why? Refer back to the beginning of this post.
     
  4. CalBoy macrumors 604

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    Installing OS X on non-Apple hardware would violate the terms and conditions of the contract you agree to when you use the software, so no one here can/will help you with that. If you want to use Vista and Tiger/Leopard on the same computer, buy a Mac and install Vista.
     
  5. taficke thread starter macrumors member

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    i dont mind voiding warranties or all that jazz i just want mac on my pc
    do u know anywhere i can go for help if you wont help me
     
  6. bigandy macrumors G3

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    read post no 2.

    do a google search.

    the information is easy to find - but certainly don't expect much of an answer at all here, as it's against the forum rules (linked in my sig).
     
  7. CalBoy macrumors 604

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    It isn't about voiding warranties (well, not entirely). It's about the RULES of this site. We will not help you break contracts or subvert their intent.
     
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