Running MAC os in windows ???

Hi Experts,
Is it possible to run MAC in my windows machine? (On top of windows) Is there any virtual machine to this?

Thanks !

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slyongCommented: is what you can use.  It is by no mean perfect.  The last time I tried, I couldn't get sound and network.
NetMaxtorAuthor Commented:
Thanks slyong !!! I'm waiting for another responses...
Andrew DuffyTechnical Services CoordinatorCommented:
That's really the only option at the moment to be honest NetMaxtor. And it's veeeery slow.
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Here's a site where you can do some research and read news on the subject.

Another alternative is here (it makes your system look just like os x and and awesome site):

Dont worry about entering your name just click log in.  To download the software go to the top left and click download.  The website looks and works just like os x
NetMaxtorAuthor Commented:
What I looking for is bit serious emulator. I’m using VMware and Virtual PC, both emulators not supporting to the Mac OS.

I have some product to test between MAC and windows. The emulator should be fully supported to the Mac OS features and network connectivity will be essential.

Any comments??
There are a bit of dilema here... If you need serious emulation, the current situation is best to go in this configuration:

1) Get a Mac PowerPC (not the Intel Mac)
2) Run OS X
3) Run Microsoft VirtualPC for Windows Emulation

That way you could get both environments.

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NetMaxtorAuthor Commented:
Thanks slyong but can plz explain me what exactly Mac PowerPC ???

I'm a new bie to MAC world !
Hi NetMaxtor,

Intel Mac is new.  There are some way to hack around for dual booting OS X and Windows.  However, VirtualPC doesn't run on Intel Mac.  So if you want the solution now, you need to get the PowerPC (PPC) Mac and run VirtualPC.

Andrew DuffyTechnical Services CoordinatorCommented:
What slyong's saying (and it's an interesting idea) is that there's basically no such thing as a 'serious' Mac emulator for the PC. And he's right - it simply doesn't exist at the moment. He suggests you buy a Mac computer, and emulate a PC on there as it works much better that way round.
NetMaxtorAuthor Commented:
ok every one !!! Thanks a lot and see you guys around !
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