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Hi all.

I was wondering if it is at all posible to install a MAC OS on virtualisation Hyper-V

Any help would be great

Baker
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Yes, you can run OSX on an i386 machine. I'm not sure how to do it with legit software but I have done it before using modified installation media aquired from the TPB bitorrent tracking website. Sorry but restrictions prevent me from providing more details. It definitely can be done, however.

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It's againt the rules then.  did not know that..

Thanks, end the trying now then.
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