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asus n56vm hakintosh

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Hi bodies

i want to buy a notebook that i want to support good hackintosh and has good specs
i choose Asus n56vm because for good specs
http://www.pcpro.co..../specifications
http://www.expertrev.../specifications

i want to works with Win - Linux and absolutely Mac OS

these things is for important for me : VGA port works - wifi works and sound works (for listen to music :guitar: :wink2: ) - also fast speed
are there any one has experience with this notebook for hackintosh ?

i want to install mountain lion 10.8.3 on it

Please guide me if you have any information or experience with this Notebook

Thanks
Danial

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Hi bodies

i want to buy a notebook that i want to support good hackintosh and has good specs
i choose Asus n56vm because for good specs
http://www.pcpro.co..../specifications
http://www.expertrev.../specifications

i want to works with Win - Linux and absolutely Mac OS

these things is for important for me : VGA port works - wifi works and sound works (for listen to music :guitar: :wink2: ) - also fast speed
are there any one has experience with this notebook for hackintosh ?

i want to install mountain lion 10.8.3 on it

Please guide me if you have any information or experience with this Notebook

Thanks
Danial


I have the same laptop, everything works except wifi and gt630 http://ukrainianipho...1020&start=1020
good luck

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So you are using intel VGA?
and how do you connect to internet?

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internet with Lan and mod of AppleIntelFramebufferCapri for the second monitor, if you want wifi you should buy a compatible wireless card .

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so VGA port works for you
can you paste output of this three commands in terminal: (type without $)

$ lspci
$ cat /proc/cpuinfo
$ lsusb

you can also paste here and give link http://codepad.org
thanks

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also these command doesn't harm your system (if you never have used command line interface)
it just return more information about your hardware that i can undrestand this laptop is suitable for me or not

thank you if you can put these output for me





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