Cheapest way to get a Mac OS setup running?

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  1. halo45121

    halo45121 New Member

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    Hey. I have an Inspiron 1420, and I want to in some way, either put OS X on it, or buy the cheapest possible Mac from somewhere on the net. I have looked at some refurbished Mac Minis, and I'm pretty sure for the price I want I can't get any decent performance. I could always just get one that kinda sucks, then upgrade it as more cash comes in, but I don't really want to go through that process.
    Is there any way to put OS X on my laptop? If any replies breach rules, PM me about it.
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    If i was you id save up for a current model mac mini, best option, running the emulators for mac on a windows machine is ok, but not best option...
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    ^Ooh, nice. I have some extra time on my hands today so I'll give this a shot.
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    good luck, don't forget to backup

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