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Elizle

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  1. I built a Boot132 cd for the Foxconn A7GM-S motherboard. I put it up on rapidshare. Should I post it here or is there a different thread for that?
  2. Has anyone been able to install Snow Leopard on the IdeaPad y730. If not I am ready to do some work with people and write up what they need.
  3. I'm assuming I fixed my own problem, I don't know for sure. I think the reason why Chameleon wasn't working was because I didn't have my kexts in the efi partition. I am using the efi loader that was used in the tutorial, but I think I figured it out.
  4. I would assume sata chipset. The 780G/SB700 Chipset seemed to do the trick for me, but I don't know about your 790FX. I am the somewhat a noob when it comes to this. This is only the second hackintosh I have got working, and I still can't get my EFI right on this, my Intel Atom desktop was a breeze. I wish I wasn't the only person replying hahaha. Good luck.
  5. Sounds like you might not be typing in the right UUID. Triple check, you might have written it down wrong or something.
  6. Has anyone got this to work with Chameleon. I have a Foxconn A7GM-S motherboard with an AMD 780G/SB700 chipset. I have voodoo kernel installed. Before I installed the voodoo kernel it was just crash right back to the bios and reboot. I am on it right now with my Boot-132 disk, but I am tired of typing in the UUID every time. Anybody know how to get Chameleon to work? If not I guess I will just follow the 5th step of this, but I really think chameleon would be sooooo much better. Thanks in advance.
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