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Changing SATA Drive to AHCI

Hey guys!

Need a bit of help. I have a Sony Vaio VGC-RA830G with an American Megatrends BIOS, and I want to install Mac OS X, and use iBoot. However, all the hackintosh stuff I've looked at has required me to change my hard drive disk to AHCI, but I can't figure out how. I've been through all the different menus inside the BIOS, but none of them are for changing it. Help? Also, if you know a better way to install Mac, without this stuff, you can post that too.

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Sorry, but that would be a violation of the Mac OS X EULA, and that sort of thing is prohibited here.

If I were to opine briefly: If you're not smart enough to figure this sort of thing out, then you're never going to manage any of the other problems that will invariably crop up. Time to cut your losses and either buy a Mac if you want to run OS X, or just stick with Windows. Honestly, while XP couldn't really hold a candle to Mac OS X, Vista and Windows 7 have largely eclipsed OS X. There's even a lot of cautious optimism about Windows 8. You might just be better off where you are.

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As has been said, what you plan violates Apple's EULA. If you want an Apple OS you buy an Apple computer.

We can't help and so I am locking this thread.

Mark

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