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  1. I really hope this will work with Dell Studio 1555 here, too. (M92, Ati 45xx). And I've got a question: Is it possible to add some kind of code-generator that will generate the right code for a graphics card without user interaction? (Would be great if it gets into [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] and [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] )
  2. Intel Wireless Drivers [OSx86]

    Waiting too for IWL 5100
  3. Hey guys, I've read a lot OSX86 topics here and at google and finally I'm confused. What else?! I've got 3 systems here that will (or should) get OSX86: 1. DELL Studio 1555 (Core 2 Duo, ATi Radeon Mobility 4570) 2. Samsung R560 Mebugo (Core 2 Duo, NVidia 9600M GT) 3. Self-Made (NVidia nForce 730i, Celeron [Core 2 Duo], Geforce 9300) SATA / AHCI etc. is clear to me. I'm just looking for the right installation method! 1. I want to use original Snow Leopard 10.6.0 DVD 2. There will be 2 other operating systems on each PC/Laptop (Windows 7, Gentoo Linux) 3. I want to use original Updates from Apple These things are possible, I know. And now there's still an open question concerning the kexts: 4. Store the needed kexts with the bootloader, so they won't get overwritten with OSX update Is this possible at all? Or do I always have to have kexts inside of OSX ? I hope someone is willing to answer my questions Thanks and bye bye Benny
  4. Hi! I'm new here, new to OSX and of course new to Hackint0sh I've got a few questions: I read that it is possible to install osx using the original osx disc. I found boot-132 and PC EFI. The last option sounds fine, but i still don't know how it works. On my HDD there's Vista and Gentoo Linux (using GRUB for booting). I want to install osx on this HDD, too. So I (!!!) thought about it the following way: create a partition for osx, on this partition there's the pc efi to make osx feel like it's running on a mac. My problem now is. How can I install osx from dvd ? My PC should first load grub, there i select the pc efi to load, and then the dvd should load. Is that possible or how have i to do it ? I hope someone understands what i want... Thanks!
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