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Hey!

I'm about to dive into OSX (fingers crossed) on my Packard Bell EasyNote Laptop - But will it work?! Using the Uphuck 1.4ir2 package:

Specs:

Packard Bell Easynote MZ35
Intel Pentium Yonah T2060 1.60GHz (SSE2,SSE3)
Mainboard: Packard Bell MZ35 (ATI RS400/RC400/RC410 Chipset with Southbridge SB400)
ATI Radeon XPRESS 200M
80GB SATA Hard Disk
1GB RAM

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I looked in the HCL and nothing was found on any parts in your system. You can give it a shot. Anyone with more knowlegde of this laptop please correct me.

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i think if you tried to install with normal intallation setup maybe it will work i have a Packard bell easynote B3307 with a AMD sempron 3100+ and its work V. leo4all 10.5.4
im posting on my laptop

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Work on my Packard Bell with IDeneb 10.5.5 :D ( post install patched video )

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Work on my Packard Bell with IDeneb 10.5.5 :censored2: ( post install patched video )


And wifi ? :(

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And wifi ? :thumbsup_anim:


--I've got wifi working solidly on an Easynote TJ66 with SnowLeopard. I'm typing this from it! :)

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I don't want to disturb your diskussion on the PB Easynote but... I got a Packard Bell iMedia (wouldn't it be cool to have OS X on it? :rolleyes:) Desktop-PC and I'm not sure if 'Mac OS X 10.4.8 JaS ntel-SSE2-SSE3 with PPF1 PPF2' would work on it well... :)

Here is a screenshot of the CPU-Z result:

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I'm not sure about the 'SSE (1 , 2)'... What do you think?

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--I've got wifi working solidly on an Easynote TJ66 with SnowLeopard. I'm typing this from it! :(



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i have this configuration on my laptop:

Packard Bell Easynote MZ35
Intel PentiumPosted Image Yonah T2060 1.60GHz (SSE2,SSE3)
Mainboard: Packard Bell MZ35 (ATI RS400/RC400/RC410 Chipset with Southbridge SB400)
ATI Radeon XPRESSPosted Image 200M
80GB PATA Hard Disk
2GB RAM

i try different distro(ideneb, kalyway, leo4all v2) but all this give me error at boot: Still waiting for root device.

what you advice to do? i can install osx86 on my laptop?

thx

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My Laptop is:
TM85-JO-006RU
Intel Core i5 2.27 Ghz (2 core 4 threads)
4 GB Ram
15,4" HD (1366x768)
Nvidia GT320M 1024MB DDR3
ALC272
500GB HDD
AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter (PCI-Express)
NetLink BCM57780 Gigabit Ethernet PCIe
All works)

i have this configuration on my laptop:

Packard Bell Easynote MZ35
Intel PentiumPosted Image Yonah T2060 1.60GHz (SSE2,SSE3)
Mainboard: Packard Bell MZ35 (ATI RS400/RC400/RC410 Chipset with Southbridge SB400)
ATI Radeon XPRESSPosted Image 200M
80GB PATA Hard Disk
2GB RAM

i try different distro(ideneb, kalyway, leo4all v2) but all this give me error at boot: Still waiting for root device.

what you advice to do? i can install osx86 on my laptop?

thx

You have IDE-DVD ROM , so find driver 4 u chipset or try usb-installation method

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My Laptop is:
TM85-JO-006RU
Intel Core i5 2.27 Ghz (2 core 4 threads)
4 GB Ram
15,4" HD (1366x768)
Nvidia GT320M 1024MB DDR3
ALC272
500GB HDD
AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter (PCI-Express)
NetLink BCM57780 Gigabit Ethernet PCIe
All works)

You have IDE-DVD ROM , so find driver 4 u chipset or try usb-installation method


Hi. I am searching for a 15" laptop compatible with snow leopard and I have seen your post.
I need qe/ci and audio because I need use xcode for programming.
Here in Spain there are packard bell easynote TM86 with core i3 or core i5

Do you think that they are compatible ? the specs maybe the same that easynote TM85.
http://www.pccompone...320m_15_6_.html

http://www.pccompone...320m_15_6_.html

If this is right, you can say to me what kests you use with your laptop.
This is important for me because I dont know about any hackintosh laptop 100% compatible and I need it for my job.

And the last question: the laptop becomes overheated or does noise in snow leopard

Sorry for my english and thanks so much. :(

Regards.

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Hi. I am searching for a 15" laptop compatible with snow leopard and I have seen your post.
I need qe/ci and audio because I need use xcode for programming.
Here in Spain there are packard bell easynote TM86 with core i3 or core i5

Do you think that they are compatible ? the specs maybe the same that easynote TM85.
http://www.pccompone...320m_15_6_.html

http://www.pccompone...320m_15_6_.html

If this is right, you can say to me what kests you use with your laptop.
This is important for me because I dont know about any hackintosh laptop 100% compatible and I need it for my job.

And the last question: the laptop becomes overheated or does noise in snow leopard

Sorry for my english and thanks so much. :)

Regards.

i think both of them compactaible with osx86)





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