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Well, I am getting more and more used to Macs since we have a mac lab in our school. And I love the simplicity, but I don't want to give up Windows either. Dual-booting may be an option... is it possible to buy a laptop and then boot the Mac OS, or would I need to buy a Mac, and then boot a Windows OS??

As far as I know, only Macs have the ability to boot either Win7 and the MAC OS, if you want to boot the MAC OS on a normal laptop,

you'd have to hack it :?

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As far as I know, only Macs have the ability to boot either Win7 and the MAC OS, if you want to boot the MAC OS on a normal laptop,

you'd have to hack it :?

Verily; dual booting OS X and Windows is possible, but can only be done on Apple machines.

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As far as I know, only Macs have the ability to boot either Win7 and the MAC OS, if you want to boot the MAC OS on a normal laptop,

you'd have to hack it :?

Verily; dual booting OS X and Windows is possible, but can only be done on Apple machines.

Google tells me otherwise. ;)

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Legally? :o

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"I wish I had never been born," she said. "What are we born for?"

"For infinite happiness," said the Spirit. "You can step out into it at any moment..."

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Ahh; you surprised me for a moment there. :)

In other news, was anyone able to see debris from Halley's Comet last night? The sky was clouded here.

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"I wish I had never been born," she said. "What are we born for?"

"For infinite happiness," said the Spirit. "You can step out into it at any moment..."

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As far as I know, only Macs have the ability to boot either Win7 and the MAC OS, if you want to boot the MAC OS on a normal laptop,

you'd have to hack it :?

Verily; dual booting OS X and Windows is possible, but can only be done on Apple machines.

That is what I thought, darn. Well, I am not sure if I would want to spend extra money on a Macbook, just because of the Mac OS. Too bad it can't be the other way around. ;) I guess I will go with a laptop then, not a Mac.

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Sorry if this has been mentioned already, but would running Windows in a virtual machine using something like Parallels or VMWare be an option to consider?

Edit: I've got a new joke! Not a good joke, of course not.

What do you call a dangerous DNS resolver cache?

A DNS revolver cache! :lol::lol:

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Sorry if this has been mentioned already, but would running Windows in a virtual machine using something like Parallels or VMWare be an option to consider?
Well, I was actually wondering if there was any way possible to run the Mac OS X Snow Leopard on a Windows PC. But seeing as if it is not legal, I don't think that is an option. ;)
Edit: I've got a new joke! Not a good joke, of course not.

What do you call a dangerous DNS resolver cache?

A DNS revolver cache! :lol::lol:

Is this why you won that Unfunniness award? Just kidding ;)

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Is this why you won that Unfunniness award? Just kidding ;)

If I continue giving people the so-called joy of bad jokes, I may just get the Pauly Shore award for the second year running! :mrgreen: Wouldn't that just be fabulous?!

Anyway, I think I'll go to Wikipedia and read about Pauly Shore to top up my brain with a little bit more useless info.

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Sorry if this has been mentioned already, but would running Windows in a virtual machine using something like Parallels or VMWare be an option to consider?

If you're talking about GamerWorld's query regarding MacBooks, yes, but it wouldn't really solve the problem given that he wants to run OSX on a PC, not vice versa.

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