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Thread: Mac os on a windows pc?

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    Default Mac os on a windows pc?
    Hi all
    My first post here on this forum, which has already been a massive help to me! I'll he jail breaking my iPhone later on!

    My question is, os it possible to have mac os installed on a windows laptop, in my case an Acer Aspire 4920?
    I know you can dual boot on a MacBook to have windows so just wondered if it was possible other way round?

    If so can anyone help me or point me in right direction of guides please?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valiceemo View Post
    Hi all
    My first post here on this forum, which has already been a massive help to me! I'll he jail breaking my iPhone later on!

    My question is, os it possible to have mac os installed on a windows laptop, in my case an Acer Aspire 4920?
    I know you can dual boot on a MacBook to have windows so just wondered if it was possible other way round?

    If so can anyone help me or point me in right direction of guides please?

    Thanks
    Yes, it is possible to install Mac OS X on a PC, but it will violate your EULA (End User License Agreement). Google Hackintosh and your product.
    Asking for help is different from being stupid. Fanboys can rot in @#$%!

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    What do you mean violate EULA?
    Is this illegal, could I get caught?
    I assume it voids warranty? Although mine is out of warranty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valiceemo View Post
    What do you mean violate EULA?
    Is this illegal, could I get caught?
    I assume it voids warranty? Although mine is out of warranty?
    EULA is what you agree with Apple's statements.

    It's not illegal and it probably does violate your warranty.
    Asking for help is different from being stupid. Fanboys can rot in @#$%!

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