Yes, it can, just watch the video I have posted in Youtube. The link is already posted in the comments thread. Definitely going to Hackintosh my Desktop if everything works!!! Hey great article. This looks like a fairly good alternative to Windows 8 even though I'll be sticking to Windows 7 for a long while. One question though, how stable will the resulting Hackintosh be?
Will it crash on the slightest whim? It depends on the hardware, and the drivers you had to install I suspect.
As a novice, I find following the iAtKos way simpler. I also did upload a video of the same in Youtube ages ago. One question though, how stable will the resulting OSX machine be? Will it crash at the slighest whim or will if withstand a virtual earthquake?
Chances are, your Mac can run macOS Mojave.
Last I checked a few years ago this was against Apple's license agreement -- did they revise that? It's grey though, really; as far I'm concerned, it's ok if you're using a legally purchased copy, which I am. Ultimately, Apple doesn't make money on their OS - so more I can bring to the Apple fold, the more devices get sold, the more apps get sold, the better the world will be without windows!
No, they develop and sell the os at a loss and make all their money on selling the computer hardware. Not judging, but you can see how losing hardware sales is not a net win for Apple. They don't make all their money on computer hardware, not by far. A significant percentage also comes from both App Stores, and iTunes.
I tried to buy original version once and couldn't find it after asking a dozen so-called IT shops. Why can't you use Linux varient such as Ubuntu? It is smother and amazing than Windows. No need to purchase, It is free, No Antivirus needed, comes with necessary software and fully customizable. Are you not looking forward to Windows 8? Was, not anymore. Not initially, until I found the reason behind killing Home Server. Xbox Are you maybe tired of Windows Media Center being treated like a second class citizen?
First, I do not have a Mac. Second, hell no! Remember in the second paragraph where I said don't comment just to say you don't like Macs, ands threatened to ban you? Yeh, that. Nowhere in my comment did I "troll and tell the world how terrible Macs are". I was just expressing my opinion which is what comment sections are for.
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Comments never persuade anyone of anything. They just get both parties more fired up over the arguement. I am not stupid enough to waste my time on defending Windows or bash Macs. It's too bad there is little information on how to make a Hackintosh using an AMD system. It would be a much more inexpensive option over an Intel system I feel. I could be wrong.
First I'm not sure AMD processors are supported on OS X as Apple is an Intel partner so there might be some limits, second OS X require considerably more resources so even if it works you'd have to buy one of the most expensive AMD processors to get it as smooth as you'd expect, so Intel is maybe the best choice as you won't have to purchase Core i5 or Core i7 just for such simple hacking. Right now you can get the best amd cpu on the market for the same price as an intel quad core 3. After all the best choice is to either use Intel or buy a ready Mac computer but that's not what the post readers are supposed to do.
Yeh; it's just a bad idea. Last I knew there were hacks to do it, but the methods outlined here don't do that. As far as I know, there isn't that much of a price difference nowadays, but I could be wrong. I'm not a programmer but why would AMD be different?
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Your motherboard is not supported. Hi James, Thanks for the article! I am a complete n00b, but I'd really love to pull this off. Also, would you be able to run in 64bit? Thank you for the swift response! I will check out the thread you provided. Thnx, Rashidul. If it's not listed then it's not supported, sorry. Can't it work on dual boot??
I mean just like installing Ubuntu with wubi Don't make comments like this, or we'll delete your account.
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Thanks for the article. This looks like a very good option to Windows 8.
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Nope, still totally against TOS. It's not illegal though, in a criminal sense. Their is not support for AMD based motherboards. Of what relevance is this to a Hackintosh article? Yes, a different file system is needed. You'l need to backup everything first. It might block network ports that Windows Migration Assistant needs to work. After migration completes, you can turn on your Firewall software. Then try to open Migration Assistant again. After migration completes, you can turn on your antivirus software. There are other options you can use to transfer your data. Migration Assistant lets you choose the data to move to your Mac.
Email, contacts, and calendar information Migration Assistant moves your email messages, mail account settings, contacts, and appointments. This depends on your Windows version and the accounts that you have. You can manually migrate Mail, Contacts, or Calendars from Outlook or Outlook by signing in and entering the content on your Mac manually. Photos and other images copy to your Home folder. You can add these files to Photos.
After you migrate, open Photos and let it search your Mac for photos to import. Other files You can also choose whether or not to move these files during migration:. The only exception is Mail app for Windows 8.
System settings Your language and location settings, web browser homepage, and custom desktop pictures transfer to System Preferences settings in macOS. Each time you migrate, your Mac creates a new user account. Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement.
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Before you begin To prepare for a smooth migration: Make sure that Windows is up to date. Make sure that you know the name and password of an administrator account on your PC. Or connect an Ethernet cable between the ports on your Mac and PC to create a direct network connection. Repeat this process until the check disk utility reports no issues. Open Windows Migration Assistant. In the Migration Assistant window, click Continue to start the process. Start up your Mac. Setup Assistant automatically opens the first time you turn on your Mac.