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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 !

NetMax
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slyongCommented:
http://pearpc.sourceforge.net/ is what you can use.  It is by no mean perfect.  The last time I tried, I couldn't get sound and network.
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NetMaxtorAuthor Commented:
Thanks slyong !!! I'm waiting for another responses...
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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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cre8tiveCommented:
Here's a site where you can do some research and read news on the subject.

http://www.osx86project.org/



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


http://osx.portraitofakite.com/

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
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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??
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slyongCommented:
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 !
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slyongCommented:
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.

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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.
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NetMaxtorAuthor Commented:
ok every one !!! Thanks a lot and see you guys around !
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