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Hi guys.. after cruising the net for an answer I come with a question...
HOW TO INSTALL Mac OS X Lion 10.7 on Dell Inspiron i3 Sandy Bridge

Configuration Dell Inspiron N5110 i3
intel i3 Sandy bridge
4Gb DDR 3 ram
Nvidia 525 1Gb DDR 3 + Intel HD3000
hdd, USB 3.0, Bluetooth...so on...

I have read and did all available tutorials found on google but I am stuck.

I tried the ##### Hacked for Lion but seems to be worse than original #####

The commands I use are: -v -x GraphicsEnabler=no PCIRootUID=1 cpus=1
I get this error : Posted Image

If I use graphicsenabler on YES - the imediat error is "Nvidia unkown ...."

I did used also http://www.insanelym...owtopic=262128#
http://taravkov.blog...-15r-n5110.html
http://www.insanelym...p...=262430&hl=

I do not know what more can I do.

I also got 4 snow leopard discs original - and they also give an error like "chipset intel not found.." so my best option is to go with Lion (even though I sincerely think snow leopard is better than lion in usability)

PS: I do know this is not the only N5110 you've heard of on this forum, but nothing that i've found resolved my problem. And I am sorry, for everybody else but Dell N5110 will be a best seller. (bigger than any other notebook in low-midstream price range)





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