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OS 10.4 - installing os x onto PC


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i have a 2.20gz core 2 duo with 2gbs ram and 320gb hd. i currently have Windows XP installed and was wondering if it was possible to install 10.4/10.5 (upcoming) onto my pc.

if so, was there any stepped procedure i can follow?
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It's very complicated and involves a lot of messing about.
And once it's installed you'll run in frequent problems and be troubleshooting for evermore.

Just buy a Mac, it's easier.

Oh, and someone should shortly tell you it's against the OS X license agreement (not that anyone cares about these things)...
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Like it was announced by alexis, I guess I'll take it upon myself to tell you to read the forum rules:

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Illegal stuff is not tolerated here and what you are asking is breaking Apple's EULA.

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i have a 2.20gz core 2 duo with 2gbs ram and 320gb hd. i currently have Windows XP installed and was wondering if it was possible to install 10.4/10.5 (upcoming) onto my pc.

if so, was there any stepped procedure i can follow?
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