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Hi!

I'm currently running Windows Server 2008 R2 on an "old" Core Duo machine with 2 gigs of RAM and lot's of HDD space. The second is a Windows 7 RC machine with not so much space but I'll be able to spare 100 Gigs or so for Mac OS. I have experience with Mac OS and with installation of it on Apple machines, but never tried a hackintosh.

My plan is to have Snow Leopard dualboot with Windows 7 RC and I would like to ask you for some advice before I try this. I saw people have already managed but I'm considered about the following - Win7 is installed on HDD0 while MacOS will go on a partition on HDD1. Is that a problem in any way?

On the other hand I want to wipe my Win2008 Server install and get Snow Leopard Server on it - but I haven't really seen any server hackintoshes around. Is there such thing or I install it the same way as normal Snow Leopard?

Thank you in advance,
A future Hackintosh user!

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anyone?





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