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Leopard for the Hackingtosh ?

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I've got a Mac Pro & a Hackintosh. The principle here is trying to do something that should not, or "cannot" be done - it is a challenge to make Mac OS or Leopard run on a Dell, for instance. Though it is probably impossible to know for certain, I would guess that a certain percentage of the dramatic increase in Mac sales can be directly attributed to folks building Hackintoshes, finding that they love working with this OS, and buying a "real" Mac.

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Yes, apple isn't always the fastest to bring new technologies to their computers, but I would rather wait longer to have a seamless user experience like apple has now.

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I've sold both my old PC laptop and PC desktop and gotten a 20inch refurbished iMac and a refurbished MacBook Pro to replace them, as a result of my experience using hackintosh. For those like me who can't afford brandnew, or are too cheap to buy brand new Macs, I suggest getting a refurbed machine from the Apple Store. You also get the same one year warranty with it as you would with a new machine.

 

Apple refurbs here.

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BUY A MAC!!!!!

 

I hate this hackintosh {censored}. Buy a freakin mac.

 

Spoken like a true idiot on a forum that was founded based solely around the idea of running OS X on unsupported hardware. Go to Spymac, people like you aren't wanted here.

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Well, I'd be happier if people bought Macs...or even the OS, but I'm not complaining. I mean, give Apple some legal market share...

 

But what can I do?

 

Happy Hacking!

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