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Helllppp (osx on pc)????


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Hi Guys,
so i was wondering if OS X would run on this

aand yes i know it's a chinese knock off, but a friend of mine managed to get hold of one and i got a go on it, and frankly... IT'S AWESOME. so he said he'd get one for me because my ibook died after only having it 3 months (R.I.P iBook G4) so anyway i was basically wondering if it would be up to specs to run OS X Leopard

thanks

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It is against the EULA to install OS X on a non-Apple machine. It also requires cracking the encryption which is illegal here in the U.S. and the discussion of hackentoshes is not allowed here in the forum since we abide by US law.

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