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OS 10.5 - Leopard on X86 System


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Hello,
I'm new here and I was just wondering if I could run Leopard OS on ether system in my sig.

I really want to use it on my laptop ( runs Xp just fine)
Specs are:
Dell Latitude X300 @ 1.4 ghz Intel Mobile
512 mb Ram
DVD Player
20 Gb HDD

And What about this system
Intel E6850 Core 2 Duo
DFI Lanparty 680i LT
2 Gb's G.skill DDR2 Pc-6400
nVidia 8800 GTX

Windows Vista ultimate.|Intel E6850 C2D @ 3.6 ghz
DFI Lanparty 680i LT SLI| G.skill DH9 PC-6400
SLI nVidia 8800 GTX|OCZ ModStream 620 W
Dell Latitude X300 Laptop 1.4 ghz 512mb
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No, its against Apple's EULA and discussing it is against the Forum rules.

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Why I was going to buy a Single User License ?

Windows Vista ultimate.|Intel E6850 C2D @ 3.6 ghz
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SLI nVidia 8800 GTX|OCZ ModStream 620 W
Dell Latitude X300 Laptop 1.4 ghz 512mb

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