How to install Mac OS X 10.4.6 on Intell

Hi,

Can anyone help me to install Mac OS X 10.4.6?
ioclaudiaAsked:
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dcliveConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Sorry; we can't help and we can't support piracy in this forum.  This forum has a strong no-piracy stance.

The only approved devices for installing Apple's OSs on are Intel Macs and Apple's developer PCs.  If you own neither, your copy of MacOS is illegal, and it cannot be legally installed on any other device.

A Mac Mni is now just $599, and includes lots of nice extras, like Bluetooth, DVI, and 802.11g wireless.  Please buy one.  
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strungCommented:
Exactly what is your problem? What model Mac do you have? What is your existing system software?
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rogierCommented:
Probably all of us over here can help. Do you mean you need assistance with the actual install, or have you encountered a problem while installing the software? Goodluck, rogier
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dcliveCommented:
Sounds to me like OP is looking for help with installing 10.4.6 on a non-Apple Intel box.  
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ioclaudiaAuthor Commented:
yes, I am trying to install 10.4.6 on a non Apple Intel PC.
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dcliveCommented:
That's illegal unless you have a developer PC from Apple.  Do you have a developer PC from Apple?
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ioclaudiaAuthor Commented:
what do u mean developer PC?
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ioclaudiaAuthor Commented:
thanks!
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imacgoufCommented:
Hi,

You can search for OSx86 Project Wiki - the Official Wiki of OS X on x86!
http://wiki.osx86project.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
For the answer to your question.
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rogierCommented:
Here are clear instructions how to install OS X on a non-apple intel machine:

http://osx86.theplaceforitall.com/howto/

If you have a developer pc I understand it's OK to do this.
rogier.
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dcliveCommented:
If she had a developer PC, she wouldn't need to ask to begin with.  Those sites essentially help people pirate MacOS, and give them a way to do it.
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bthomasianCommented:
I have a Mac that run's on Intel, it's called a MacBook Pro... :) In the MacOS to run the update just open the apple menu and choose "Software Update"

If you managed to get MacOS to boot up on an actual PC, well, you can try the same directions but I am not going to assure you of anything in that case! :D
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bthomasianCommented:
Oops, I missed that Author comment... "yes, I am trying to install 10.4.6 on a non Apple Intel PC."

You can still try those directions, again, this is at your own risk!
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