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Can this laptop run any of the osx versions?

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<<< System Summary >>>

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? > Mainboard : Acer Aspire 5742G

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? > Chipset : Intel HM55

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? > Processor : Intel Core i3 370M @ 2400 ? MHz

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? > Physical Memory : 2048 ?MB ?(1 x 2048 DDR3-SDRAM )

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? > Video Card : Intel? HD Graphics

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? > Hard Disk : Western Digital WD5000BPVT-22HXZT3 ATA Device (500GB)

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? > DVD-Rom Drive : PIONEER DVD-RW DVRTD11RS

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? > Network Card : Broadcom NetLink BCM57780 Gigabit Ethernet PCIe

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? > Network Card : Broadcom BCM43227 802.11b/g/n

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Is there any good guide to install and enable all of my stuff?

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For a short answer: Yes it can run several OS X versions

The only thing that stops you from being able to install the newest OS X version, is your graphics card (intel hd) this is a chip which only supports 32bit drivers(OS). The newest version you CAN run is OS X Lion 10.8 which has a 32/64 bit Mixed kernel. You also may have a problem with QE/CI but at least you can run OS X. You can follow a youtube guide of MyHack or U{censored} to install OS X on to your laptop.

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