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About kosherdogs

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  1. p5k-e working

    Thanks XanthraX. I'll give it a go and post back the result.
  2. p5k-e working

    Great post, robertdes69! A few questions for you about your build: 1) What kexts are in your Extra/Extensions/ folder? 2) Are you using DSDL, and if so, did you create it yourself or download it? 3) This may be a stupid question, but can you clarify the kexts you installed with Kext Wizard at the end of your installation? Thanks dude! I'm excited for ML to come out this month (maybe tomorrow!)
  3. Anyone Confirm My Build?

    Anybody else have a comment or suggestion on my proposed build?
  4. Anyone Confirm My Build?

    Thanks for that, Ianxxx. I'll definitely look into those suggestions. I was looking at the Asus board since (from what I hear) they make the boards for Mac.
  5. Anyone Confirm My Build?

    I've been reading the posts for some time, but I need that little confidence boost before I buy some new hardware for a Hackintosh tri-boot. First will be Hackintosh (Iatkos or Kalyway), second will be Windows Vista 64, third will be Windows XP or Vista 32. The reason for the XP or Vista 32 is that certain software I have can not run on a 64-bit system. Anyway, here's what I'm planning on doing: Asus P5K-E WiFi-AP Intel Quad-Core Q6600 (G0) 4 x GeiL 2 GB DDR2-800 (GX22GB6400LX) XFX 8600 GT 1.0gb DDR2 Samsung SH-S202H DVD +/- DL Burner 3 SATA Hard Disk Drives, but size/brand not known yet Thanks for working with a N00B! To any of you about to post, "why don't you get a real mac? it looks like you have the money..." My reply is: I don't have the money. I need to use Mac-specific programmes, but I can't afford to buy a Mac.