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marcmak

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Snow Leopard OS X 10.6.4 on Averatec N3400 series all aluminum laptop






Averatec N3400 Ultra-Portable
Intel t4300 Pentium dual core (Extremely fast under os x)
Display Size/Resolution: 13.3 inches/1280 x 800 Native res
Memory/8GB (1066Mhz) installed
Hard Drive Size/Speed: 250GB/5,400 rpm
Graphics/Video Memory: Intel GMA X4500MHD
(pic below)
http://i108.photobuc...12/CIMG0019.jpg
this pic below is with windows 7

http://i108.photobuc...12/CIMG0001.jpg

This was a challenging experience, This is from a person of which owned every G4's/G5's, Imac's and all Macbook Pro's Uni-body's and older and the Air's. (they are all sold)
I came too realize that Apple devices are fun and educational, and very well thought out for every end users tastes. My scope was too understand a little more about the real power that lies within these beauties,.... OS X, Which brings me too Leopard OS X, I wanted too full proof 10.5.8 before upgrading too Snow Leopard next, So I decided too go out and search an ultra-portable, like the Macbook Air, but for Windows, that had Power, Ram, and the beauty of Ultra- portability, I decided on this very attractive all Aluminum Averatec N3400 Notebook.

This laptop does not only pack a punch in response and speeds, but did outperform the $1600 Macbook Air 1.8Ghz C2D. So I decided that I was determined too install Leopard 10.5.8, It was quite a challenge, In the end I installed Leopard OS X 10.5.8 too run extremely smooth in Processing, internet, graphics, and wifi, As smooth as the Macbook Pro 13" 2.4 Ghz.

I got puzzled by the fact Apple does not make there OS available too any laptop or PC, for reasons unknown but maybe secret society marketing? So Let's get too it, Fist you'll need Ideneb Lite, 10.5.8, and iatkos 10.5.7, special Thanks too those teams for putting together great distro's. Also you will need Windows 7 for dual boot, if you want. (more too come later on today its late) pics below are with Snow leopard

http://i108.photobuc...12/CIMG0175.jpg Runs very smoothly and extremely fast http://i108.photobuc...12/CIMG0151.jpg
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Well after weeks of being kinda numb, some of us get those feeling, I desided too at least come by and say HI and I do aplogize for not coming sooner, but {censored} happens. Today I am a little pressed for time, so I will make this short, I will have the full install, step by step on how too install OS X snow leopard on your intel, processor, and yes wifi and graphic, and much more by then end of this week. Thanks.....

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Hi, can you post your installation process, I have one like this and I want to put leopard on it. Thanks in advance.Good luck and god save the hackintosh!!!

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Hi, its me again, can you get wireless work? can you tell me how? thanks





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