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Usually you dont have to do anything special but it will help if you tell us your mobo and chipset. Also for dual boot look for the Dual Boot official thread for a variety of options llike chain0 and acronis. If you want to do a vmware to native look for the guide in the genius bar.

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Ok, thanks I have a

AMD 64 3500+ 2.4

1 GB PC3200 RAM

Nvidia GeForce 6200 PCI-e

Realtek AC '97 Audio

ATI IXP 400 Chipset

Seagate 160 GB SATA Hard Drive


I am not sure how to find out what type of mobo I have its a HP comp and I don't see it writen on the mobo anywhere.

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Ok would this work?

Make a 15 GB Fat32 Logical partition

Use VMware to Install Mac

Install Arcanous or however you spell it

Use the OS Selector to convert the partition


I got that from two guide just trying to make sure it will work I am new at this stuff, I have worked with linux for quite a while but it isn't quite the same.

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QUOTE(Alan B @ Aug 9 2006, 09:53 PM)

This is probally here but I could not find it, is their a guide that can tell me how to install OS X on a SATA Hard Drive and also dual boot?

Well... No, The Genius Bar is for posting Tutorial, not for asking.


So I move to the VMware forum.

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