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  1. I was going to use the laptop's boot menu to select which drive to boot so I shouldn't need a boot loader at all, which should make things easier.
  2. Awesome, thanks fro the info. Do you know of any tutorials? I've never heard of clover. I started out with my first hackintosh back in 2004/2005 by always installing onto a HD, this is my first VM to physical conversion.
  3. I have had Sierra running great for months now on my VMware workstation player on my Windows 10 box. I did the best upgrade to High Sierra, all went perfect. I just bought a new laptop, Acer Aspire E5-575G with a 6thGen i7-7500U, 32GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 940M, a 2TB SSD, and a 250GB SSD. I bought it for running Kali Linux on the 2TB SSD. For the 2nd physical 250GB SSD, I'd like to throw my copy of High Sierra on it. I have months of getting it just how I want so I'd hate to start from scratch. Is there is a way to migrate my High Sierra VM and make it a physical machine on my 2nd HD? Thanks!
  4. Awesome, thanks for posting, installed great.
  5. Oh sweet! I had clue that VMware could even do REAL virtualization, I thought only Parallels did and I didn't know if they had a newer version for Vista & Leopard... Thanks! Alex
  6. It's been a couple years since I've been active here so sorry for the dumb question... I just got a brand new AMD Turion X2 TL-60 notebook and I noticed the BIOS supports virtualization. I know we can dual boot 10.5 & Vista but are we able yet to actually "virtualize" both OS's and boot them side-by-side yet?
  7. I'm sure unless the very latest images available have these fixed kexts. I did a search on this forum using those exact models and am only reporting what I could find in my results. Search for yourself and you guys will get the same results. Granted kexts are widely available for each and very easy to find and on one of the boards the ethernet did work but required the cable to be unplugged and plugged back in every boot and it only required changing to another kext to solve this, none the less it still needing it. I'm only reporting the facts. I looked into the Intel D975XBX2 and while it is as compatible as any of the above, I was apauled to read that it wasn't Quad-core ready however the Asus P5W DH Deluxe IS Quad-core ready. Seems like a stupid choice to get the over priced Intel over the Asus if you ask me. I was almost ready to buy the Intel until I found that out.
  8. OK, here if my list as of right now: $149 - Asus P5W DH Deluxe - http://www.asus.com/products4.aspx?modelme...2=11&l3=248 (Audio, Ethernet, & USB need patching) $102 - Asus P5LD2-VM - http://www.asus.com/products4.aspx?modelme...2=11&l3=194 (Audio & Ethernet need patching) $98 - Intel D945GCL - http://www.intel.com/products/motherboard/d945gcl/ (Can't find enough info to determine) $60 - Intel D945GNTLKR - http://www.intel.com/design/motherbd/nt/nt_available.htm (Audio & Ethernet need patching) I'm looking for the least expensive solution possible but I want it to be 100% compatible in every way. I'm going to be doing more research into each one as as I do I'll post back with the lowest prices that I've found and also what each board requires to be 100% operational under OSX. Until then I'd appreciate any feedback only from people who have the above board running 10.4.8 and what works and what it took. Thanks!
  9. JaS.Mac.OS.X......Integrated

    Here is a quote from the file posting: ----------------------------------------------------- chronology : 1) JaS 10.4.8 DVD AMD AND INTEL SSE2 AND SSE3 http://www.xxxxxxxx.com/files/details/594518/7421904/ 2)JaS.10.4.8.AMD.Intel.SSe2.SSe3.v1p ppf http://www.xxxxxxxxxx.com/files/details/597215/4638690/ 3)Defiant:FIX for the Disk Utility bugs http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=38125 the above were all included in the dvd below: 4)Jas 10.4.8 AMD INTEL SSE3 SSE2 with v1p and Defiant Disk Utility http://www.xxxxxxxxxx.com/files/details/999122/1855476/ NOW: This release has included all the above plus this additional fix 5) ICH7R/8R patch for JaS 10.4.8 Intel/AMD SSE2/SSE3 http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=42317 So this dvd is updated...your hardware may still require some fixes so know your hardware and go here and read: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showforum=45 and search for other fixes. This is a work in progress...so you might have to tweak your particular system to get full function....but many are successful. cheers... Many thanks to JaS.,Semthex.,Prasys.,bikedude880 thegrio and all the others that have bust there ass to get it this far.
  10. JaS.Mac.OS.X......Integrated

    It's all good! Thanks!
  11. JaS.Mac.OS.X.10.4.8.AMD.Intel.SSE2.SSE3.PPF.1.Defiant.diskutil.biker880.ich7-R.patch.Integrated Is now available for download. I'm downloading it right now. Please post here regarding any problems/issues or all things positive you have to say about the install! Thanks!
  12. Thanks guys! I love ASUS boards but I thought on allot of boards there was an issue with an audio jack not working, or maybe that issue is in the past. I'll look into it more and then decide. Thanks for those choices though!
  13. The motherboard I have now has an incompatible ATI chipset so I'm looking to replace it and figured I'd buy one that will run OS X 100% natively and set it up with 2 SATA drives for dual booting Vista and OS X. I have a Pentium D 945 3.4GHz Dual Core which is LGA775 I believe. I also must have a PCI-E 16X slot and SATAII connectors. nothing else matters except that everything work 100% natively under the new OS X builds using he hacked kernel. So what's the best board for this processor that work 100% with the latest builds? I went through the wiki but I soon realized I'm way out of touch with the latest Intel stuff and don't even know what the latest chipsets are for the old pre core duo stuff. Thanks!
  14. I downloaded the latest 10.4.8 Intel/AMD image from Demonoid and tried installing it and the disk utility does not see my SATA drive to be able to install. My motherboard has the ATI RS400/RC400/RC410 chipset according to CPU-Z with the SB600 southbridge. Is there a work around for another image that will work with this chipset to do an install on a SATA drive? Thanks!
  15. Can someone please put this on Demonoid or is JaS going to release a ppf for this on Demon?