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    Their proper name is port multipliers and they...

    Their proper name is port multipliers and they work more like a network hub, taking the connection from the SATA motherboard/IO card connection into the multiplier on one side, and then offering up...
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    SATA PCI card? Or an SATA splitter which can...

    SATA PCI card? Or an SATA splitter which can convert one SATA port into 2.
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    Quote taken completely out of context there...

    Quote taken completely out of context there Steve! ;)

    I did go on to say it is limiting and restrictive, and stand by that.
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    I've just been reading about people managing to...

    I've just been reading about people managing to installed OSX 10.6 using VMWARE7, so I'm very interesting in playing around with this idea.

    One article discussing this with a short guide is here. ...
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    VMware fusion? That is a Mac OSX virtulisation...

    VMware fusion? That is a Mac OSX virtulisation emulator, so are you in fact running Windows on your Mac? Not OSX on a PC?

    But anyway, I hadn't thought of installing OSX on a virtual machine,...
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    Intel CPU, so that will make it easier. Looking...

    Intel CPU, so that will make it easier. Looking through a lot of the hacks and patches to make it work, it seems a lot of hardware combinations can be made to work. However the newest OSX doesn't...
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    Hackintosh

    Has anyone here built a Hackintoch, or is thinking about it?

    Hackintosh = running Mac OS 10.5 or 10.6 on an unsupported computer.

    I was just looking around a few of the many sites on this...
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