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Legality aside, is it possible to install a legally purchased copy of OS 10.4 onto a PC (windows pc) if it has an Intel processor? a coworker mentioned it was possible, since I have an intel core 2 duo processor. the reason being that I was going to buy a mac mini for the heck of it (I'm a Windows/Ubuntu Linux user), but there's no point in buying an overpriced Mac if I can get it to run on my PC, which is more than twice as powerful hardware-wise than the Mini.

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No, it isn't.

And there is no "legality aside" here.
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