1853 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 8, 2009 4:15 AM by R C-R
As Camelot said, you cannot do this either legally or reliably enough to depend on the computer for any important task. You are right to worry about driver issues: some of the hardware in Intel based Macs are proprietary, custom-built devices not available to other computer makers so "generic" drivers intended for standard devices will not necessarily work reliably with them.
Since the devices are proprietary, only Apple could provide reliable drivers for them, & the chances of that happening are essentially zero.
If you want to run OS X Leopard, run it on a Mac!