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  1. 5chris100's Avatar
    Hello! Is it possible to install Mac OS X on a PC with an easier method than downloading .iso's, burning to discs, and doing them like that? Like how can I be as minimalistic as possible with this? I have a Mac OS X Snow Leopard installation disc that came with my Mac, and I don't like going to and from them every time I need the other OS, I just want to change OS's on my PC to be easier... Any help is appreciated! Thank you!! And sorry if this is a duplicate post of someone else's, I'm new here :P


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    Last edited by Cer0; 2012-11-17 at 08:01 AM.
    2012-11-11 06:32 PM
  2. Scoops98's Avatar
    You need a special, hacked, build of Mac OS that will run on a PC. You can't use a standard Mac OS install disc as it is restricted to Apple hardware.

    If you wan to do this, you have to download the correct installers. Better off keeping your Mac a Mac and your PC a PC.
    Until the next time… And if I help you out, give me a "Thanks!" Thanks!
    2012-11-17 07:57 AM
  3. Lordstuny's Avatar
    Simple answe VmWare
    2012-11-17 12:56 PM
  4. Scoops98's Avatar
    To the best of my knowledge, VMWare or Parallels can't virtualization Mac OS X in Windows. VirtualBox will allow you do do so.

    I use Parallels to virtualize Windows on my Mac. Sucks RAM like crazy...
    Until the next time… And if I help you out, give me a "Thanks!" Thanks!
    2012-11-17 07:38 PM
  5. Lordstuny's Avatar
    To the best of my knowledge, VMWare or Parallels can't virtualization Mac OS X in Windows. VirtualBox will allow you do do so.

    I use Parallels to virtualize Windows on my Mac. Sucks RAM like crazy...
    Well then check again
    Because i use vmware to run osx lion on my windows
    2012-11-17 07:42 PM
  6. Scoops98's Avatar
    No need to be smart ***. What do you use?
    Until the next time… And if I help you out, give me a "Thanks!" Thanks!
    2012-11-17 07:44 PM
  7. Lordstuny's Avatar
    No need to argue
    There is even a tutorial on youtube...
    Or google it..
    2012-11-17 07:47 PM
  8. Scoops98's Avatar
    I just can't find anything on VMWare's site listing Mac OS X visualization support.
    Until the next time… And if I help you out, give me a "Thanks!" Thanks!
    2012-11-17 07:50 PM
  9. Lordstuny's Avatar
    The current vmware 8 gas no support for osx visualization
    I use the 7.1 version....i havnt check or read from their website but i know the vmware 7.1 supports osx visualization
    2012-11-17 07:54 PM
  10. Scoops98's Avatar
    I see. Thanks.
    Until the next time… And if I help you out, give me a "Thanks!" Thanks!
    2012-11-17 07:55 PM
  11. Lordstuny's Avatar
    No problem
    2012-11-17 07:57 PM
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