Categories Photo Tom with his new OSX installation on his Intel Dual Core Post author By Chris Tingom Post date October 10, 2006 15 Comments on Tom with his new OSX installation on his Intel Dual Core Tom installed OSX onto his PC. Here’s a photo of the big moment. By Chris Tingom Principal of Tornado Design, a Phoenix, AZ based web consultancy View Archive → ← Dilbert’s Retirement Plan → Number of the Day: 2,000 15 replies on “Tom with his new OSX installation on his Intel Dual Core” Disclaimer for any Apple representatives browsing by: “This is not a real photo! This never happened. Honest!” OSX and a mouse with a right-click button on the same machine!…it doesn’t get any better. Recognize that mouse, Jeff? I assume that’s the bootleg version… For shame, Tom. For shame… I think that this must be one of the characters cut from the new show Heroes. “OS X Install On PC Hardware Guy”… I have been thinking of trying this for a while. How is it going? Any problems running OS X? What the… nice exposed outlet… is that up to code? Actually, my PC has a Radeon 1800XT video card (which isn’t fully supported by OS X), so I couldn’t get Core animation to work correctly. I could have probably figured it out if I’d really wanted to, but I didn’t feel like wasting another 8 hours of my life when I’ve already got a real mac on the floor next to my main computer. Supposedly, a Radeon 1600 works really well with OS X, but I don’t know for sure. At any rate, it was basically just a fun experiment to see if it was even possible, but my main system is back to running Windows XP now. Good point about the outlet, Darian. I think it’s leftover from an old light switch. All the wires are capped so there’s not much danger of electrocution or fire, but still, we really need to fix that. Looks awful tacky. He looks like some kinds of evil mastermind. 🙂 Looks? This will make you happy Darian… Over lunch I went to Home Depot and got a blank cover plate, then I installed it over the hole. Yes, your comment actually physically changed the appearance of our office. And all of the people in a small village, near St. Elmo, cheared and roasted a duck in honor of the occasion. Today the outlet, tomorrow the world. Ducks are greasy, and Elmo likes to be tickled…do you think ducks are ticklish? Whoa. *head explodes* Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.