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I have posted over in another topic, but I thought I would bring this here.

I have successfully installed Mountain Lion on a Foxconn Nettop (with just a few minor bumps)...

I have a few more things to figure out. I would like to write a tutorial when I am done as I do not see anyone on the web using these as a Hackintosh.

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/281072-thoughts-about-mountain-lion-with-atom-yes-atom/


Here is what I posted over in the other topic:



Hi guys,



I have been messing around with hackintosh for about two weeks. I have successfully been able to get leopard and snow leopard on two older

Dell

Optiplexs. I have a Foxconn Nettop kicking around that I was using as a

HTPC

running Windows 7 (before I discovered Apple TV). My info is below. I have an 80 gig hard drive and 2 gigs memory (I believe that is what I have. I am on the road and I don't have it in front of me to check). I'm wondering if I can put Mountain Lion on this. Straight up install, no dual boot for the Windows 7 (I actually have a spare hard drive that I could experiment on and put the Windows 7 hard drive back in if I find it doesn't work). As being very new to this, any detailed help would be greatly appreciated. I have googled this topic to see if anyone has tried this on a Foxconn Nettop, but it doesn't seem to be a popular model. I have done both of my installs off iDeneb and Hazard distros.



Thanks in advance



Brand


Foxconn


Model


nT435H-0h0w-B-A-NA


Color


Black



CPU Supported


CPU Type


Intel Atom D425 @ 1.8GHz


FSB


667MHz



Chipset


North Bridge

Intel NM10



Memory Supported


Memory slot

1 x 204Pin


Memory Type Supported


DDR3

800


Max Memory Supported


4GB



Storage


Serial ATA


1 x SATA 3.0Gb/s



Graphics


Onboard Video


Intel GMA 3150



Communications


LAN


Atheros AR8131M


Max LAN Speed


10/100/1000Mbps


Wireless

LAN


802.11 b/g/n



Extension Bays


2.5" Internal Bays


1



Front Panel

Ports


Card Reader


SD/SDHC/MS/MS Pro/MMC Card Reader



Back Panel Ports


HDMI


1


VGA


1 x D-sub



Power Supply

Power Supply


65W, 19V, 3.42A



Physical SPEC


Dimensions


7.48" x 5.31" x 0.98"


Weight


0.99 lbs.



Update...



I was able to install ML with ######. Ethernet, worked out of the gate. I used the ###### to get audio working (Voodoo). SD card reader works too. Wifi is not working and I can't seem to figure out how to get the graphics working...they are very slow. I haven't done a software update from Apple yet, I want to wait until I get atleast graphics working. I have been writing everything down that I have done, so I can write a tutorial. I would like to see if I can get the HDMI working (I haven't tried to hook it up to anything yet, as I doubt it would work). I think I may have Broadcom Crystal HD?




Anyone with any ideas or comments?



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I spent last weekend working on installing ML on a Gateway netbook (N2600 cpu / GMA 3600 gpu) and have made it all the way to DSMOS has arrived but no luck after that. What kext/extensions are you using for your graphics?





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