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OSX86 on dell 1525

Posted on 2011-04-29
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Have a dell 1525 and trying to frankenstin OSX 10.5 on it.  She loads slicker than snot but will not load up.  Get the apple start up spash screen then quick blue flash then nada. Tried iDeneb Kalyway and iPC. The dell has a intel graphics chip and all versions have the intel drives but they dont seem to work unless I am overlooking something.
Question by:Richardlammer
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Lee W, MVP earned 2000 total points
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Sorry, but the only answer we can give you is "It cannot be done."

Apple's license doesn't permit installation on non-Apple hardware.  And Experts-Exchange doesn't permit us to help you violate licensing.

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Thanks for being upfront, dont want to go against site rules. I wont add this to the KB.

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