OSX upgrades to 10.6.2; Hackintosh works fine, except on netbooks

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    Apple’s popular OSX operating system has updated to Snow Leopard version 10.6.2. While the update fixes over 40 bugs in the popular Mac OSX, it has left a lot of ‘hackintosh’ users frustrated.
     
    For newcomers, ‘hackintosh’ is the act of loading up OSX on a non-Apple PC or laptop through third-party boot-loaders. Apple does not officially support this, and states that installing OSX on non-Apple labeled computers is against their EULA (End User License Agreeme...

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    thanks btw i didn't knew that mac could have been installed on pc's other then apple
     
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