Mac and Pc

i am trying to install Mac OS x on my AMD pc but when i get to disk utility's i don't see my hard drives so i cant format it and i cant install Mac OS can any one help.
i am using Kalyway_Leopard_10.5.2_DVD_Intel_Amd from this link i know its wrong to pirate things but really im only installing this to try it. i am thinking of buying a mac or at least a mac license.

Now to the technical information.
i have 3 partions set up

1 for windows:50G NTFS
1 shared:10G FAT32
1 for Mac OS x:45G FAT32

i have a
Compaq presario F700 with xp
AMD Athlon 64X2
Dual-Core Processor TK-57
1.60 GHz, 960MB of RAM

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 Have you marked the OS X partition active? It involves CMD, so I can tell you how.
110100101109 years ago
any chipset that may be not supported by OS X ? if you use sata drive try to use ide etc
chrischavez (author)  110100101109 years ago
i think thats what that is but how would i change. im using a laptop
It sounds like others have been unable to install to SATA as well. If you are using a laptop with only SATA support then you may be out of luck. You would probably be best to post a question on a forum that deals specifically with this issue. good luck
virtualize that should work on any hardware (but have slower performance)
chrischavez (author)  110100101109 years ago
any software you recommend
never used it myself
Big Bwana9 years ago
And while I won't comment on the piracy issues, the piratesbay torrents are not always complete / fully operational versions of the software....
LinuxH4x0r9 years ago
AMD might be whats crippling it
AMD is just a processor. if its inappropriate i'd expect it to not work at all it seems to me like chipset problem. OS X is built for a specific hardware (made by apple) and may not have drivers for hardware not used in macs if one of them is the chipset you are stuck without HD support try to use another type of drive (ide sata) or a PCI controller in hope that itll work
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