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I'm not sure what the iTunes phone driver is; I think its just part of the install. I'm trying to get a 10.6 install working so I can download the Mountain Lion I bought from the App store, so I can download and install from that. How would I go about removing the iTunes phone driver, assuming that's the issue? Thanks!
I just got this an awesome i5/Ivy/HD 4000 laptop, and I'd really like to get OSX up and running.. so far, this is as far as I can get after a fresh install (with the install drive, disk1s2 flagged as active): Boot parameters include: cpus=1 busratio=20 pcirootuid=1 arch=x86_64 GraphicsEnabler=no Could use some help on this; any suggestions would be appreciated! Here are the specs for this laptop: HP_Envy4T_Specs.txt Thanks! Thomas