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aminmizar

convert win/mac

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hi... recently i receive a mac OSX installer.. is there a way

that i can convert to my present sys. i'm using XP.

Just curious.....

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What you are asking to do is impossible, osx only works on macs, you obviously have a pc.

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If you are talking about installing OS X on PC it cannot be done.

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Guys .. glad not reformat my hd in a haste, Wish there a tools sort of which can dig to it . thanks for the reply....BTW dazzla chosen os dazzle perfectly on my screen

Respect man respect..

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the Mac OS requires the use of a PowerPC processor, which uses a different set of instructions than an Intel or AMD x86 processor...

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I've heard once that people have installed mac OSX onto a pc, But it had no driver support or anything..

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can you format a mac and install win xp?

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Install XP on a Mac...Yuk!!! XP is a sad joke.

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it probably wouldn't be read correctly... it'd need to be in the mac format..

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That would be cool tho to have OS X on a PC. Dual boot :D

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Originally posted by Ravager

That would be cool tho to have OS X on a PC. Dual boot :D

LOL! But XP Would Become Redundant! :D

NeYo

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There's this really nifty program called Rhapsody. It was orginally OS X Server, and it will compile on x86 Intel machines. Just need to find it somewhere.... :)

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Rhapsody is on the_real_duckie's server last time I checked, maybe you should check that out.

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Originally posted by jaredbkt

Install XP on a Mac...Yuk!!! XP is a sad joke.

XP is actualy pretty damn good :)

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