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About trevoripinnocky

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  1. Apple Magic Mouse on my Hackintosh . Yay it works!

    cirago Bluetooth USB Adapter micro BTA-6210 V2.1 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16833242003 very small and inconspicuous brilliant...even works with my blackberry storm...
  2. I second this nomination. This guide is absolutely brilliant. no kexts, no patches, no DSDT. just a straight install from a retail disk. $30 GA-EP35C-DS3R 8GB DDR2 Kingston RAM Samsung SATA DVD-RW NVIDIA GeForce 8500GT 320GB 7200RPM Seagate Barracuda 20min install. Everything works right out of the box including sound, video, and ethernet. running two solid days now 64-bit and not a single KP.
  3. iWork '09 trojan beware!

    Much Ado About Nothing: i built a hackintosh for 3 reasons; i. it's challenging and fun and i enjoy the community enthusiast interaction, ii it's easy to get software, and iii. i refuse to have apple dictate to me how i can use my software or machine, much less what kind of machine i can purchase. but if you're going to go through the trouble of building something yourself get used to the occasional {censored} encounter like this one. but in all the years of building my own 'macs' and 'windows' machines with all kinds of software, i can count on one hand the number of time something truly major has happened to one of my systems, i.e. trojans, spyware, viruses, etc... you have to use common sense/protection when you're doing this kind of thing. if this is too much for you, go buy a mac in the store. personally, i'll stick with my hackintosh thank you. dell studio 1737 Core 2 Duo T9400 4GB DDR2 800 2X320GB HD iDeneb v.1.3 10.5.5