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Anti-Liberal1026

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I'm looking to buy a notebook for hackintosh in the next few months. I've played around with it on my AMD machines but I would decribe it as a nightmare trying to maintain the installs. So I'm looking for a notebook that is going to be the closest hardware wise to a Macbook Pro. My theory anyway is that it will minimise my issues.

So I was thinking of a Samsung Series 7 since they have i7-2675QM and Radeon HD 6750Ms which is what the current macbook pros have. Thoughts? does anyone have any experience with them?

http://www.samsung.c...Z5A-S04US-specs

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http://www.samsung.c.../NP700Z5B-W01UB
That's the model i've been pulling my hair out over, I bought one the hardest laptops for osx86 out,
for my first shot at this project!?! wth am i stupid?
anyways, got quite far, took a while to just simply grasp how to create/edit/compile/and call upon a custom dsdt.

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I don't mean to sound harsh but honestly, your post does not add any useful information at all to this topic.

Could you be specific about which parts of the laptop are giving you trouble?

Extracting editing and compiling a DSDT is the same procedure on all PC hardware, of course the editing part, or rather, finding out what needs editing, may be more difficult than on other PCs, depending on what you want to do. Again, you didn't really say anything.
Please provide some information or at least share your patched DSDT.
The "call upon" part consists of placing DSDT.aml in /Extra. This is widely documented and not difficult.





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