It would make more sense, wouldn't it! But no, a computer is not a computer- a mac is a mac and everything else is a pc of ....McFoxy said:I know there's probably a good reason why, but I don't know what it is. So, here's the question.....why can't you load OSX on a PC (a sony laptop for example)? Why does it have to run Windows? Isn't all of the hardwre the same?
There really isn't a technical reason, the block is entirely artificial. A secondary issue is device drivers: Apple generally won't bother including any for hardware they don't ship.McFoxy said:I get why Apple doesn't want you to load OSX on a PC, but what I was asking it, what is the technical reason for why it can't be done.
People have done this. They have to hack OS X to make it work, and the Apple software agreements don't really allow that sort of thing anyway (but Apple really need to do something about that shoddy wording).Bobdude161 said:NEways I thought I saw a video where people have booted OS X from a Windows based PC