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AMD Hackintosh

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ok ive got a pc and a macbook pro... the macbook owns, so ive found about hackintosh only trouble is my pc is a amd one i know there are ways to do this but would it work if i installed a amd hackintosh onto a hard drive and inserted it into the pc as the main system drive would it boot ?
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Technically to use MacOS on non-Mac hardware is a violation of the Apple End User Licence Agreement. But no, you can't install any operating system on any old hard drive and put it into a PC and expect it to boot.
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as previously mentioned this is a violation of the Apple EULA. this thread is closed
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