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    OS X on a PC the legal way?
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    OS X on a PC the legal way?
    To sum it up there is a company that made this usb device that tricks a PCs motherboard into thinking it's a Mac machine.

    Just thought I would share this, since I haven't seen anyone talk about this here, and maybe you guys don't go to other forums besides here.
    Not sure how I feel about this, but I bet there are some people who would really want to get their hands on this.

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    OS X on a PC the legal way?
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    it would still violate the language of the EULA I'd think.
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    OS X on a PC the legal way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dysfunction View Post
    it would still violate the language of the EULA I'd think.
    In the states maybe, but not in Canada. ^-^"

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    OS X on a PC the legal way?
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    I haven't read the Canadian EULA Then again, I'd best not get started on some US code
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonRequiem View Post
    In the states maybe, but not in Canada. ^-^"
    Which is a moot point seeing that:
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