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    Quote Originally Posted by chscag View Post
    Sure, why not? The only thing we do not discuss are Hackintoshes.

    But you just did, but I guess an Admin can do that.

    And I hope serious politics and religion topics/ststements are still included in the topic restrictions as well.





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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrarr View Post
    But, Avarobinson is not using Mac OS X on her Mac, only Windows.
    If you can run Windows in bootcamp or with Parrallels why can't you run it without either and just have Windows as the main OS? You have only to satisfy the Windows licensing requirements to be legit.

    A Hackintosh is running OS X on a PC and that is certainly a licensing violation as an Apple operating system is only to be run on a mac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lclev View Post
    If you can run Windows in bootcamp or with Parrallels why can't you run it without either and just have Windows as the main OS? You have only to satisfy the Windows licensing requirements to be legit.

    A Hackintosh is running OS X on a PC and that is certainly a licensing violation as an Apple operating system is only to be run on a mac.

    Lisa
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    To save any disruptions, I only copied the URL for Lisa's information. It has since been removed.

    For mine as Mac Pro 1.1 and 2.1 run OS X up to Lion, can see nothing illegal downloading and installing a kext to make a later version of OS X install. Yes installing OS X on a PC is a different kettle of fish.
    Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!

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    can see nothing illegal downloading and installing a kext to make a later version of OS X install. Yes installing OS X on a PC is a different kettle of fish.

    There sure is a difference in the custom and hot rod car world of the way things are done and hacked.




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