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please lock this if I'm not allowed to discuss this hypothetically, but I was wondering what hardware differences between a PC running an Intel 945 chipset and a Mac (say a Macbook) would be that could cause Mac OS X to not run on the PC. I've heard murmurs of a TPM module that disables some functionality of the operating system, but other than that not much. this is not to say I am advocating doing this, since it is illegal, but I am curious as to the differences, since it would appear on paper that you can buy a PC that is nearly identical in hardware spec to a Mac. can anyone point me to a resource about this subject? I've located the official Wiki already, but some kind of article explaining the performance/experience would be interesting (note: I am not looking for a how-to guide of any kind).