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Installing MAC Leopard ON Windows 7


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Hi everyone...
I ;ve got a problem here and i want to have some solution to it.. lemme know if you can help me out.


I have an HP laptop with windows 7 ultimate operating system and I ;ve got MAC leopard OS file which is more than 7 GB and in the form of .dmg file.

I would like to install MAC OS on my machine (keeping Windows 7)...
How do I do that?
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What I have tried?
I have tried to install the "Boot Camp v3..something" , but that didnt help.

so any suggestions? or ideas? have u face similar problems???


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