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OSX Leopard or Mountain Lion on TouchSmart 310 - possible?

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So I'm interested purely because I love the look and feel of OSX, and if I can turn my old TouchSmart 310 pc into an Apple that would be great! I searched the forums and found one other guy that seemed to have it working but the post did not go into great detail.

 

I'm new the realm of hackintosh machines so I have no idea where I would start, I know the AMD Athlon 2 X3 (three cores) CPU used in this machine supports SSE 2, 3 and 4a and it uses a ATI Radeon HD 5450 and has 4gig of DDR3. I'm also willing to pay for a copy of OSX to get this working.

 

Any more help or points in the right direction would be fantastic.

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If you want a fully 64-bit machine, go for Snow Leopard. If you want your machine the more up-to-date possible, search tutorials about Lion on AMD. The search field is your friend. :)

 

Leopard is simply obsolete, and Mountain Lion doesn't run on AMD machines yet.

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