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  1. anyone with Acer Aspire 4520(AMD)

    I suggest you guys use either Kalyway 10.5.2 Intel/AMD or iDeneb v1.6 Lite Edition. You might want to choose iDeneb because it boots faster that Kalyway. Right now I am still on the look for a solution to my audio and graphics..
  2. Hi there.. I just wanna make sure if my desktop will work with any distro w/o problems.. Its an HP Vectra XE320. Video card is an ATI ven#1002 Rage Fury Pro dev#5446, Sound is Intel ven#8086 SoundMAX Integrated audio dev#2445 and Network is Intel ven#8086 PRO/100 VE dev#2449.
  3. 0x0000007b BSOD error

    oh is it those "Vista Lite Versions" or the one you can download here : http://neosmart.net/blog/2008/windows-vist...-disc-download/ ?
  4. well i've seen lots of those guides but didnt find dual booting on single hdd so i made a guide for ppl like me
  5. 0x0000007b BSOD error

    did you browse through the tabs in bios? its somewhere in there. it supposed to say "SATA mode: IDE/AHCI" thats what mine says, i forgot what tab it is you cant use the recoveries. it will just wipe your vista partition out. and reset it to factory settings if you cant see anything in the bios, dharma freak may be right. go get your vista INSTALLATION disk, not recoveries [ur supposed to have one ready before u started using hackintosh just in case something goes wrong] use my guide if ur dual booting in a single hdd : http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?sho...mp;#entry824976
  6. Need MCP67 driver

    hey i never knew 4520's has mcp67. i have a 4520 which im using rite now.
  7. what u can do is navigate to /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration and open the com.apple.Boot.plist file with any text editor where it says <string>Timeout</string> <key>x</key> or something like that change the number [x] to 0 and u dont have to press anything. Well in Kalyway 10.5.2 Intel/AMD EFI v8 theres no chain0 file in the iso so EasyBCD was my only choice.
  8. well thats what i dont know... sorry...
  9. 0x0000007b BSOD error

    did you set your sata mode to ahci in the bios? thats what happened to me and switched it back to ide and i was able to boot into vista.
  10. This will fix the "HFS+ Partition Error" after installing OSX. [i have two methods now] Let's say you are installing on Disk 0 and your Vista Partition is 1 and OSX is 2. Method 1 [using the Vista disk]: 1.Go install Vista and download EasyBCD from http://neosmart.net/downloads/software/ ... 01.7.2.exe 2.Install OSX and reboot. You will get the HFS+ Partition Error. 3.Pop in you Vista installation CD and select your language in the graphical installer. 4.On the next screen, click "Repair computer". 5.If you don't see your Vista installation, don't worry. Just click "Next/Continue" [i forgot what it is] 6.Click "Command Prompt" 7.On the prompt, type in "diskpart" 8.Type "list disk" then type in "select disk 0" 9.Then type in "list partition" then "select partition 1" [Vista] 10.Type in "active" 11.Put "exit" and close Command Prompt. 12.Click on "Restart" 13.Vista should be booting. If it says "winload.exe is corrupted blah blah blah" restart and boot into your Vista disk again. 14.Click "Repair Computer" then you will see your Vista partition. Click "Next/Continue". 15.This time select "Startup Repair". 16. If it says its done, boot into Vista and run EasyBCD. 17.Select "Add/Remove Entries" on the sidebar then on the bottom of the windows select the "Mac" tab and on the drop down select "Generic x86 PC" and enter a name for it then it will say it was added successfully. 18.Restart and you will see two entries in the Vista bootloader. Select the name that you entered in EasyBCD. 19. On Darwin's countdown press a key and select your Mac partition. It should be booting. 20. If you want to get rid of the countdown, go to "/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/" and open "com.apple.Boot.plist" with any text editor and where it says "Timeout" replace the number with "0". Method 2 [using the Mac OS X86 Disk]: 1.Pop in your OSX disk and restart. On the countdown press F8 and go into single user mode. [type in -s] 2.Tupe in "fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0" then "flag 1" 3. Type in "update" then if you see something about the boot record put in "n" 4.Put in "quit" and "reboot". Your computer will restart and you will boot into Vista. 5.Download EasyBCD from http://neosmart.net/downloads/software/ ... 01.7.2.exe and run it. 6.Follow steps 17-19 from Method 1. 7.If you want to get rid of the countdown follow step 20. Good Luck!!!
  11. well Apple's just retarded. even if they have a great operating system, Mac OS X, the people are dumb. how come Microsoft allowed mac users to install the Windows Operating System on non Windows-based systems LEGALLY and Apple doesnt like installing Mac OS X on non Apple hardware? thats unfair!
  12. This will fix the "HFS+ Partition Error" after installing OSX. [i have two methods now] Let's say you are installing on Disk 0 and your Vista Partition is 1 and OSX is 2. Method 1 [using the Vista disk]: 1.Go install Vista and download EasyBCD from http://neosmart.net/downloads/software/ ... 01.7.2.exe 2.Install OSX and reboot. You will get the HFS+ Partition Error. 3.Pop in you Vista installation CD and select your language in the graphical installer. 4.On the next screen, click "Repair computer". 5.If you don't see your Vista installation, don't worry. Just click "Next/Continue" [i forgot what it is] 6.Click "Command Prompt" 7.On the prompt, type in "diskpart" 8.Type "list disk" then type in "select disk 0" 9.Then type in "list partition" then "select partition 1" [Vista] 10.Type in "active" 11.Put "exit" and close Command Prompt. 12.Click on "Restart" 13.Vista should be booting. If it says "winload.exe is corrupted blah blah blah" restart and boot into your Vista disk again. 14.Click "Repair Computer" then you will see your Vista partition. Click "Next/Continue". 15.This time select "Startup Repair". 16. If it says its done, boot into Vista and run EasyBCD. 17.Select "Add/Remove Entries" on the sidebar then on the bottom of the windows select the "Mac" tab and on the drop down select "Generic x86 PC" and enter a name for it then it will say it was added successfully. 18.Restart and you will see two entries in the Vista bootloader. Select the name that you entered in EasyBCD. 19. On Darwin's countdown press a key and select your Mac partition. It should be booting. 20. If you want to get rid of the countdown, go to "/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/" and open "com.apple.Boot.plist" with any text editor and where it says "Timeout" replace the number with "0". Method 2 [using the Mac OS X86 Disk]: 1.Pop in your OSX disk and restart. On the countdown press F8 and go into single user mode. [type in -s] 2.Tupe in "fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0" then "flag 1" 3. Type in "update" then if you see something about the boot record put in "n" 4.Put in "quit" and "reboot". Your computer will restart and you will boot into Vista. 5.Download EasyBCD from http://neosmart.net/downloads/software/ ... 01.7.2.exe and run it. 6.Follow steps 17-19 from Method 1. 7.If you want to get rid of the countdown follow step 20. Good Luck!!!
  13. OSX booting eror

    look at my post in the leo4all forums: http://leo4all.uni.cc/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=344
  14. Vista with leo4all, same HDD

    do u have your vista install disk? [not the recovery] if yes, boot into it then select repair computer, and ur not gonna see your vista partition but click next/continue[i forgot what it is] anyway and select command prompt. lets say ur parts are in disk 0. in the prompt type "diskpart" type "select disk 0" type "select partition 1" [in ur case] put in "active" then "exit" close command prompt and click restart. vista should be booting. if it doesnt and it says winload.exe is corrupted blah blah blah, restart and boot into the vista disk again. click repair, you will see your vista disk and select it, then click startup repair. when its done, restart and vista should boot successfully. download EasyBCD from http://neosmart.net/downloads/software/Eas...BCD%201.7.2.exe. run it and select add/remove entries. go to the mac tab and select generic x86 pc on the drop down and put in a name for it. restart and you will see two entries in your vista bootloader. select your mac entry and on the countdown press a key and select ur mac part. it should boot. if u wanna get rid of the countdown go to /library/preferences/systemconfiguration/ and open com.apple.Boot.plist with a text editor and look for something like countdown then change its value to "0"[on the <string>5<string> part]. good luck!
  15. Webcams that "half" work

    same here. i have acer aspire 4520and has an acer crystal eye cam. i tried macam but sometimes it works, sometimes it doesnt. [most of the time it doesnt, i get a green camera window] can someone provide a mac driver for it?
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