Installing Mac OS X on windows

Emachines / Eme732z
March 7, 2014 at 08:34:50
Specs: windows 7, 2.133 GHz / 2806 MB
My friend give me mountain lion on a disc to use as I want some mac software but I can't install it. I have been using VMware and vmbox but I can get it working as my CPU doesn't have VT, is there anyway around this to use it

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March 7, 2014 at 09:44:21
Why not ask Apple support? ;)

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March 7, 2014 at 10:21:26
It is contrary to Apple's EULA to install Mac OS on non-Apple hardware. Installation on a virtual machine is allowed, but only if it is running on a Mac. Apple of course will not help.

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March 7, 2014 at 10:22:23
mm... usually it's the other way round - want to install a windows OS on a Mac system; which can be done two ways. I have Macs with XP on one (Parallels) and win-7 on the other (Bootcamp).

I have seen how to install/run Mac OS on a Windows PC - but it's hassle to achieve and may not work very successfully overall... It is done as an OS in its own right - not via a VM of any sort. Also I think it prefers a 64bit capable system...?

If you trawl appropriately you may find the how to go about it "out there" - although it's been a long while since I read the info; so it may not be around anymore, or not pertinent to Mountain Lion.

Incidentally I think you may also need to license your installation too - if you want to run it/update it etc. properly?

And - what is VT - with regard your cpu?

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