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Does my PC meet the requirements for OSX86?


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I enjoy Macs so much that I installed a 'Mac-up' (bad pun!) of a Mac on my PC to try and imitate it, yet I would like the real thing.

 

Would I be able to run it? I'm really interested in this...

 

[edit]Would it also be possible to dual boot windows and mac osx? I have Windows on one hard drive (we'll call it A) and Linux another (we'll call it :P. Would it be possible to completely format Linux and install Mac on that and dual boot?

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well i barely see anything there only the amount of Ram which is 1gb (good but you need more).

but you have to download a program called CPUZ (google it) and see if your pc supports SSE2 and/or SSE3 or something like that.

am no genius on that but trying to help.

instead of using dxdiag why not just check the properties of "my computer" for better details or click on moe help in dxdiag for advance system info

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i wouldn't wory about the MOBO and ram but where it reads instructions i would worry.

you need minimum at least SSE2,recommended is SSE3.

dont even think about installing x86 if you don't have either one of those , so basically you wont be able to run x86

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