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Installing OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 on Thinkpad T530 .. Guru's please advice

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Current System Overview

I have Thinkpad T530 ( 2359CTO) with Windows 2012 Server 2012 Datacenter installed.

 

Processor :- i7-3720QM @2.60

Memory 16 GB

Chipset (Intel QM77 ( Panther point))

Hard disk Primary :- Intel ssd 180 GB

Hard disk sec :- Hitachi 500 Gb ( this HD is also installed in the laptop , not an external HD)

 

Graphics :- NVS 5400M with optimus

 

Windows server 2012 is installed on Primary.

 

Requirement :- Learn IOS development . Want to install Xcode and other components.

 

 

I want to dual boot thinkpad with OS X mountain Lion 10.8.2 and Windows server 2012 Datacenter.

 

Currently the Windows server 2012 is installed on C drive ( intel SSD)

 

I want to Install the OS X on D Drive ( hitachi ) without losing the Windows.

 

Gurus please advice on this scenerio.

 

Thanks!

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I don't have Working Mac OS X 10.6 or later as required by the above thread.. Plus i want to keep my Windows server on C Drive..

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and how you want install Mac os in your Laptop? man, first steep you need make a USBInstaller of some versions of the MAC OS 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, if you not have a Mac Laptop or desktop for create your installer, you can use windowns and install a Virtual Machine of Mac os and create your USBInstaller.

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I installed Vmware + OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 VMware image for time being and it's working fine.

I will install the OS X natively sometime later.

Thanks for you help!

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