EFix USB Dongle to Install OS X on Any PC

EFix USB Dongle to Install OS X on Any PC

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EFiX is a USB dongle that promises to take care of turning your PC into a Hackintosh. Insert the dongle into the port and you can install OS X straight from the DVD.

EFix USB Dongle to Install OS X on Any PC

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EFiX is the best solution for installing and using Mac OS X on your PC. It allows its user to install Mac OS X straight from the original DVD without having to worry about patches, replacing files and anything like that. That means you can buy a regular PC, Mac OS X and EFiX and enjoy what the Mac users have always enjoyed: unmodified Mac OS X on your computer, safe, easy and fast, exactly the way it should be.

The development of EFiX took a lot of time. During the development phase, we had to deal with various problems, including sabotage. This process also involved testing, which has been conducted for the last 6 months in production environments. Industry leading professionals(who work for TV stations, recording studios and many others) rely on EFiX and Mac OS X running on standard PC hardware to get their tasks done.

EFiX is in the final testing phase. All the testing has went far better than what we expected and the testers have given positive feedback.

We have planned to release it on 23rd of June, 2008.
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Robert Joseph Jones
Robert Joseph Jones - June 13, 2008 at 2:51pm
If this really works it would be awesome depending on the price. Two questions though 1.) do you have to leave the dongle plugged in all the time or just during the install 2.) I'm sure the specs on the PC have to be pretty specific for OS X to work flawlessly.
rocknrolla
rocknrolla - January 15, 2009 at 4:21am
In the meantime a software solution has surfaced doing the same like EFI-X, but for free. The metaparadigma guys seem to have coded it. You may find it on their incomplete-news project: http://news.metaparadigma.de/?p=1706
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