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amd a8 w/yosemite [HELP]

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Hey guys, i wanna do a dual boot for my samsung notebook and i need help. i prefer to install a genuine version of OS X Yosemite? to my external hard drive, just a 1TB toshiba (i know toshiba isnt the best to go with but it was what i could afford and take with me to travel) but i dont mind settling with a N{censored}, i just want to be sure i get all the nice features and a feel of a real mac. i would love to do a dual boot but everytime i search on youtube or google theyre always some sort of different amd processer. I dont really want to do a virtual machine because that kinda defeats the purpose of doing hackintosh in a way. the person i followed a tutorial was by 38darkness42 which was doing a mavericks 10.9.1 but i cant get it to work in my favor.

My friend has a mac book that he will let me use to get a bootloader for my USB to get a hackintosh

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my notebook specs are:

AMD A8-4500M APU with Radeon HD Graphics 1.9 GHz with 4GB of Ram

Windows 8.1 64 bit (doubt that's neccessary but i seen people on windows 7)

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PLEASE REPLY AND HELP ME

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