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hi, ive installed Mac OS X 10.4.8 [JaS AMD-Intel-SSE2-SSE3 with PPF1 & PPF2].iso and i was only able to start it one time, then i use that time to update to JaS.10.4.9.Combo.Update.Intel.SSE3 but after reboot the apple logo appears with the wheel spinning and nothing happens, whats wrong? my laptop is a hp pavilion dv4000, what version of Mac OSx x86 can i use on it without problems?

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help please..

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too old version !!!! :happymac:

the chances are thin to find support !!! :moil:

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what about iDeneb v1.3 10.5.5?
i've tried to install it but it somehow freeze at the middle of the instalation, is this normal?

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Ehh thats old too. Just use ###### or myhack

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Ehh thats old too. Just use ###### or myhack

what do you mean by "######"? about myhack, what is it? can i burn it on DVD and make it bootable? also it supports x86?

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###### is the forum's filter for i boot. I don't recommend i boot, myhack unfortunately requires an existing OS X installation. If you get a retail Snow Leopard disc, you can try the guide in my signature. :)

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your guide supports hp pavilion dv4000? what distro can i use to install Mac OSx x86 on hp pavilion dv4000?

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Snow Leopard should pass on your notebook, with a retail install, like say it PookyMacMan ! ;)

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the problem is that my BIOS dont support boot from USB, where can i get a ready .iso to burn?

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google is your friend !

just in the case, there's rules on the forum:

Discussion of P2P, torrent sites, or similar download sites of any kind will not be tolerate. We do not want to know your illegal downloading habits.

No posting of direct or indirect links to warez or pirated pieces of software, this includes cracks, serials and torrents.


Cordially

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it's illegal to use Mac OSx on x86?

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Look at the FAQ.

In sum, no, it's not illegal unless you pirate the disc. It just breaks the EULA, which is not anything legal. For non-commercial uses there are no issues with running OS X on a PC. :)

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my use is non-commercial, so what can i use to install Mac OSx on my hp pavilion dv4000 laptop? since Jas 10.4.8 does not work after a restart

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Retail Snow Leopard, using my guide.

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where can i obtain a copy of Retail Snow Leopard?

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http://store.apple.c...roduct/MC573Z/A

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what about iatkos? what version works on hp pavilion dv4000?

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what about iatkos?

Dude, iAtkos doesn't work well, just like any other distro. Retail is the way to go.

what version works on hp pavilion dv4000?

No version is tailored for a specific computer. Retail is the way to go.

bump.

That's against the rules.

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hi, thanks for the reply.
i tried your method with OSX86_ModCD but i get the error "disk1s3: media is not present"
i also tried to use Nawcom ModCD but it doenst boot..
what bootloader should i use?





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