I'm new to the forums and the Mac on PC scene. If I have post this in the wrong spot, please forgive me.
I really love the interface and stability of Leopard, but I cannot do work without the variety of programs on Vista, so I want to, if possible, make a DUAL BOOT on my PC.
Here are some of my questions and concerns about this procedure:
1) If I want to remove Leopard for some reason, and go back to the single boot, CAN I?
2) If Leopard fails to install, will my Vista be affected? Will the system be restored to the state as before the attempted Leopard installation? Meaning, is there a failsafe or reverse method?
3) Will these Specs work for Leopard installation? If so can someone please LINK or DIRECT me to the correct tutorial?
OS: Vista SP1
*NOTE: My computer is a off-the-shelf HP Media Center Desktop.
Computer Model: M8125x HP Pavilion Media Center TV PC, SEE THE COMPUTER HERE
Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4ghz
Hardrive: Single HDD 360gb
Chipset: Intel P965/G965
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies 5.09
Graphics Card: Nvidia 7350LE (very basic vid card, hopefully this is enough. my most concern is here because it might not be powerful enough)
Audio: Realtek High Definition Audio
Again, I'm a total noobie to this, so clear and detailed explanations are appreciated.
Thank you for listening, I will be awaiting replies.