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I have a sony vaio vpceb32fm.

It has a intel p6100 processor and a intel series 5/3400 chipset do these work with mac?

Also how do I get a log of my hardware off of win 7 that I can copy and paste? ( text doc.)

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I have a sony vaio vpceb32fm.

It has a intel p6100 processor and a intel series 5/3400 chipset do these work with mac?


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you can't legally put Mac OSX on this machine. that is called a "Hackintosh" and we arent allowed to talk about it here.

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Oh sorry. I didn't know.

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