What's a good site for learning how to build a hackintosh?

nbetolli

Any suggestions on where I could go to learn more about converting a PC to a hackintosh so I can run OSX? I'm looking to save a few hundred dollars.

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dbrown
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Don't bother asking this question on DaniWeb.com. They'll ban it because Apple's stance is that use of their software on non-Apple branded hardware violates the terms of service in their software license. Instead, check out http://www.hackintosh.com/

jimlynch
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Here's a great article that includes some helpful videos on how to build a Hackintosh. I hope you find it useful. Have fun with your Hackintosh! :)

How to Build a Hackintosh Mac and Install OS X in Eight Easy Steps
http://lifehacker.com/5672051/how-to-build-a-hackintosh-mac-and-install-...

"Building a Hackintosh from scratch—that is, installing Mac OS X on non-Mac hardware—has never been easier, and the final product has never performed better. Here's how it works.

Note: This is our third and most recent Hackintosh build (here are the now-outdated first and second). This time, to make things really easy on you, we put together a video walkthrough of the entire process. You can watch the video in its entirety below, but we've also broken up the video next to the accompanying text in each step below."

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