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Hey just a few specs for your help..

 

CPU: i5 3320M-Ivy Bridge

RAM: 8GB DDR3

Motherboard: MS-16GA

-Southbridge: HM76

Monitor: Generic PnP monitor on Intel

Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000

-NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M

Audio: Intel Display Audio

-Realtek High Definition Audio

-Nvidia Virtual Audio Device

Peripherals: Standard PS/2 keyboard

-ELAN PS/2 Port Smart-Pad

Wifi/Network: Intel Centrino Wireless-N 135

-Killer e2200 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller

 

Alright now that this over.. I know the graphics card is good, nvidia won't work.

CPU, RAM are good. Other than that I have no idea if what I have will work.

I would like to make a dual boot hackintosh, one with windows 7... which I have and the other with OSX.

 

Which OSX model is the safest to use... IE.. less buggy.

I know buying a macbook is easier but I dont have the money for it right now.

Any/all help is appreciated. Thank you.



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late 2012 mbp



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late 2012 mbp

Why do you say that is it impossible?



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I haven't heard good things about the Intel Centrino Wireless-N 135 on OS X, but I see no reason you couldn't try installing 10.9.



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I haven't heard good things about the Intel Centrino Wireless-N 135 on OS X, but I see no reason you couldn't try installing 10.9.

What would you say would be a good mini wireless dongle for 10.9?

 

Found a good one: http://www.amazon.co...i dongle for pc

Chipset matches what I found online

 

If someone could link me on how I would go about dual booting that would be great!



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no smbios of late 2012 mbp that has the gt 650m



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no smbios of late 2012 mbp that has the gt 650m

I already know the gt 650m wont work, I have unlocked my bios and will disable it upon installiing osx



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Moving this to the proper forum: Notebooks.

 

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