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Is there any virtual box or similar software which will allow me to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard on a PC?

Asked by Christian95 (3260points) August 30th, 2009

There is a simulation program called Virtual Box which allow me to create a virtual driver in which I can install Windows,Ubuntu,Solaris and other Os-es but I can’t find one which let me install any Mac OS X

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cwilbur's avatar

First off, it’s a violation of the end user license agreement, and it’s not officially supported, so if you complain to Apple they’ll just laugh at you. The only virtualization software I know of that will let you do this is VMWare Fusion, and then only OS X Server.

However, depending on the hardware configuration of your computer and the virtual hardware configuration of your virtual machine, you may be able to just install it. There’s Google-able information out there discussing the requirements for Leopard, and whether or not it will work on any given PC, but Snow Leopard is so new that there’s probably not equivalent information yet.

StellarAirman's avatar

Though since Snow Leopard came out two days ago I don’t know the status of using it on common PC hardware versus Leopard.

chelseababyy's avatar

There’s OSX 86.. But it only works on older computers.. It’s to turn a PC into a mac.

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