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  1. Thanks shavex for your feedback, for how long you have been using it? And is it your primary desktop? What about the update? Can you use the normal apple update?
  2. Dears, I know most of the Mac x86 hackers in here are perfect in building a compatible Desktop for Mac OS X and I'm also sure many of them are building it as a challenge or for fun. but I want to hear your experience about using your Hackintosh in real live (Work, School, Studio, Development, Designing, ....) , (using it just if your are using your MacBook for example), what issue do you face, do you think your Hackintosh is 101% compatible and working exactly as it should with Apple hardware ? Also did you manage to build a Hackintosh that it's so perfect that you can even just use the Mac Upgrade menu like if you are in Apple hardware Let us know, we want to here your experience ? PS: in short message, we want your experence in using Hackintosh not in building a Hackintosh desktop Thanks
  3. This issue is very common and even for me I don't know what is the solution but I hope if someone can help us PS: I think also the issue only in vanilla kernel, but if you use any kernel other than vanilla you can't update
  4. Hello everyone I have install Leopard in HP Desktop and everything is working fine (sort of ) My only issue is that everytime I reboot the desktop it will keep rebooting and I can only boot with a kernel called "update" if I try to boot with vanillakernel it will just display some text and reboot (very fast, I can't even read what is the error) so my question is how can I know what type of kernel is this (update), is is vanilla ? also anyone can help me to boot to vanilla ? Thanks Yes also here is my OS information and I'm running kalway distribution
  5. Dears, I posted a thread before ~9 hours asking if someone know any driver for Intel GMA 900 in Leopard and when I checked my account I don't see my thread anymore (no reference at all!!) please let me know if I did something wrong Thanks
  6. Yes, sorry my network is very slow and I did it by mistake, please remove this one. Thanks
  7. Thanks but how can I know which kernel I'm using ? I don't pass any option during the boot
  8. Hi Everyone Anyone tried to update to 10.5.4 (in Kalyway 10.5.3) ? I will try it in work but I want to see if someone did it before me ? Thanks
  9. Hi Everyone Anyone tried to update to 10.5.4 (in Kalyway 10.5.3) ? I will try it in work but I want to see if someone did it before me ? Thanks
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