I bought a brand new Dell n5110 4 months ago and I tried to install OSX on my pc. I just can't!
I found out that I need to add the parameters: "busratio=20 cpus=1" for the installation to work, but I can't boot it.
Yesterday i tried to install it again and after I installed the Win7 i just can't install it again. probably the Mac should be installed first, or at least be the main partition maker.
Does someone know how to install some version of OSx on the Dell n5110?
(Processor: Intel i7 2630QM)
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Posted 30 July 2011 - 04:03 PM
Posted 26 April 2012 - 04:41 PM
hi i have the same configuration i am running Lion os x with much problems ..so what method or what are you trying to install Snow leopard,Lion?u don t need to add cpus=1 coz os x have native support for our cpus u can dual boot and no need of os x being first ..well these are the right flags that u need to use -v GraphicsEnabler=no busratio=20 to boot if your using iatkos ..
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