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wllwrk4sgr

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Offline Last Active Feb 12 2009 09:14 PM
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Averatec All-in-One

20 January 2009 - 04:27 PM

Hey guys,

So Im moving into my dorm next monday and I decided to buy me a 'pooter. I bought myself the Averatec All-in-One 22 incher and am planning on partitioning the hardrive to beta test windows 7, woot! now, I was wondering if its possible to dual boot (or tri-boot) with osx 10.5. Ive succesfully booted osx through my families dell inspiron 530 so I know some of the lingo. Heres what the machine is rocking:

http://shopper.cnet....300.html#info-5

  • Processor
  • Type Intel Core 2 Duo E4600 / 2.4 GHz
  • Multi-Core processor technology Dual-Core
  • 64-bit processor Yes
  • Installed Qty 1
  • Max processors supported 1

  • Mainboard
  • Chipset type Intel G35 Express
  • Data bus speed 800 MHz

  • RAM
  • Installed Size 2 GB / 4 GB (max)
  • Technology DDR2 SDRAM
  • Memory speed 667 MHz
  • Memory specification compliance PC2-5300
  • RAM form factor SO DIMM 200-pin
  • RAM configuration features 2 x 1 GB
  • Upgrade rule (RAM) Max 2 x 2 GB module

  • Storage Controller
  • Type 1 x Serial ATA - Integrated
  • Controller interface type Serial ATA-300

  • Storage Controller (2nd)
  • Type None

  • Storage
  • Floppy drive type None
  • Hard Drive 1 x 320 GB - Standard - Serial ATA-300 - 7200 rpm
  • Hard Drive (2nd) None
  • Hard Drive (3rd) None

  • Optical Storage
  • Type DVD?RW (?R DL) / DVD-RAM

  • Optical Storage (2nd)
  • Type None

  • Storage Removable
  • Type None

  • Monitor
  • Monitor Type Flat panel display - TFT active matrix
  • Display (projector) diagonal size 22 in
  • Max Resolution 1680 x 1050

  • Graphics Controller
  • Graphics Processor / Vendor NVIDIA GeForce 8400M

  • Audio Output
  • Type Sound card - Integrated

  • Input Device
  • Type Mouse, Keyboard

  • Keyboard
  • Keyboard connectivity Wireless
  • Keyboard localization and layout QWERTY

  • Mouse
  • Mouse connectivity Wireless
  • Mouse technology Optical
  • Mouse features Scroll

  • Audio Input
  • Type Microphone

  • Telecom
  • Modem None

  • Networking
  • Networking Network adapter
  • Wireless LAN Supported Yes
  • Data Link Protocol Gigabit Ethernet, Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
  • Compliant Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.3x, IEEE 802.11g

  • Printer
  • Type None

  • Expansion / Connectivity
  • Expansion Slots Total (Free) 2 ( 0 ) x Memory - SO DIMM 200-pin
  • Interfaces 1 x Audio - SPDIF output - TOSLINK, 1 x Display / video - DVI-Digital output, 1 x Network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T - RJ-45, 6 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB Type A

  • Miscellaneous
  • Features Remote control, Camera, 802.11b/g Wireless LAN

  • Operating System / Software
  • OS Provided Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
  • Software ZoneAlarm, Microsoft Office 2007 (Trial), Adobe Acrobat Standard 8.0, CyberLink DVD Suite

  • Manufacturer Warranty
  • Service & Support 1 year warranty
  • Service & Support Details Limited warranty - Parts and labor - 1 year

  • Card Reader
  • Card reader 4 in 1 card reader
  • Supported flash memory cards MultiMediaCard, Memory Stick Pro, SmartMedia Card, Memory Stick
So yeah im assuming the big things are processor which is an intel so im not so worried, the graphics card which Im not sure but i think Nv inject will work with but I might need to troll the forum to find support on that, the Ethernet or wifi is huge in this case. The Tv tuner would kick ass if it would work but im not banking on that. I dunno I just thought itd be cool to shove some OSx on this thing being as its a iMac competitor and its cheap as {censored} compared to the iMac.

I was thinking Leo4all just because im used to it but I also have iDeneb on a DVD so I might try it out to. Vannila?

Any help is good help! and ill let people know how it goes and if it works I will post a tutorial.



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