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Hello,

 

 I have recently purchased an Asus Vivobook E200ha. The specs are as follows:

  • CPU: Intel® Cherry Trail Quad-Core Z8300 Processor, 1.84 GHz
  • Memory: OnBoard Memory 2 GB (DDR3L)
  • GPU: Integrated Intel® HD Graphics
  • Storage: 32Gb eMMC
  • Networking: Integrated 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Built-in Bluetooth™ V4.1
  • Display: 11.6" 16:9 HD (1366x768)

 

 The laptop came with Windows 10, however I am not really a Windows guy, so I would like to change the OS to something else. So my options are either OSx or linux. My question is, is there any chance I could get OSx to work on it? Are the specs compatible, and if so, is t here any tutorial/explanation on how I could get it to work?(the installation guides I have found were for other systems, especially for different CPUs).

 

 I am sorry if this is a newbie question, but this is my first time even considering installing hackintosh on a machine.

 Thank you in advance.

 

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Most likely no. Atom processors are a pain to get working. You might have luck going down the Niresh route, as his distro has patched kernels for Atom processors, but other than that you're in the blank. Even if you did manage to get the system running, audio, wifi, and bluetooth would most likely not work.

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I understand. Then I will be sticking to linux. Thank you!

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