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Intalled 10.6.8 on AMD pc and fully working, guide if needed

AMD gtx470 nforcelan

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I have now got Snow Leopard fully working on my main AMD machine with full sound, network, usb and hardware acceleration.

My build is in my signature so if anyone would like to know how I did it with this build (Some bits were tricky, like the network card) then let me know and I will help where I can.

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How did you get hardware acceleration to work?

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I would like to know if you could help me out with kexts for Battery management?

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I've managed to start the installation, and select the disk, but I've got an error about support files and it told me to restart, then i've tried to set my ram to 4gb (maxmem=4096) but I get a double panic, while installing :/

Booted from Nawcom ModCD 3.3, using retail disk of Snow Leopard 10.6.3.

PC in signature! let me know, thanks :)

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Hey did you encounter a problem where programs/applications refused to run and crashed on boot after going to 10.6.8? I get it and not sure how to fix.. ):





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