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About ToaDsiX

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  1. FREE Mac Pro Cases

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  2. That worked for me, thank you very much.
  3. OS X & AMD

    ya, I have never tried the virtual machine on AMD cpu. You may have to enable visualization in the bios on the host machine.
  4. OS X & AMD

    No, I had a AMD box laying around. I simply put the nawcom boot cd in, let it do its thing. Put the Snow Leopard DVD in hit F5 and let it boot. After that I installed [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] from tonymacx86 and installed bootloader and any kexts you need for your board. It was very basic. It took me a few tries to get everything working so be patient. Just for the record, I tried mostly all the boot cd out there right now. While they are all very good, nawcoms works best for me.
  5. OS X & AMD

    I had the best luck with nawcoms boot cd. You can find it on prasys site. You will need a original snow leopard dvd. The machine was pretty unstable so I didn't do to much with it. Everything worked OK except sleep. It would KP a lot. There are a bunch of fixes for this but I didn't spend the time on it. Good luck
  6. Hey Ottsk, I have a windows application that uses a hasp4 usb dongle. Couple of years ago I tried Parallels and it would crash because of the USB device. I don't remember having any issues in Fusion. Can't really give you any more info than that, it was long ago sorry. They may have changed it now(I'm sure they have). There are lots of programs that use this protection. Perhaps you could call or email support and ask? Good Luck!
  7. Buy a copy of Snow Leopard from the store, 29.00 bucks. Download the nawcom boot cd Insert boot cd when you get to the nawcom boot screen replace the boot cd with the Snow Leopard dvd. Hit f5 follow the prompts. There is a BUNCH of tuts here. Use search. Have a lot a patience, especially with a AMD machine. Good luck.
  8. MOBO for C2D E4500?

    A lower end solution is the Gigabyte g41-es2l
  9. Dual Booting With 2 Hard drives

    Connect one drive, install Snow Leopard Connect seccond drive, disconnect first drive install windows Connect both drives use snow leopard as boot drive boot to os using bootloader
  10. Have you looked here.... http://wiki.osx86project.org/wiki/index.php/HCL_10.5.6#Asus Please try using "SEARCH"
  11. [GUIDE] Easiest Dual Boot Ever

    Finally someone using to separate disks for the dual boot tutorial! Thank you for posting this. I'm sure other will appreciate as well. I do it the same way, however I just hit F12 for boot device and select the drive I want. Works good to. Nice job.
  12. What and Where

    intel chips are the best solution. Core 2 duo and quad no problem. The asus motherboards need a bios mod to get all the cores working correctly if I understand correctly. The gigabyte boards are more popular at this point. If you look on the wiki you can see the boards that work.
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  14. Core i7 Motherboard for Hackintosh

    check out netkas.org He has some solutions for the newer video cards.