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About vintty

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  1. I'm having the same problem with parallels 5. Can't find the boot disk. There is a separate issue with windows 7 + parallels, but this is isolated to osx86.. OS X 10.6.3 + Gigabeast = working fantastic Windows 7 Bootloader is seeing mac and win Anybody got it working?
  2. Hi there, I apologise in advance if my post is in anyway moronic. I have no hesitation in calling myself a noob. Basically up until today I had a perfectly functional Macbook which has suffered some sort of logic board failure. I use mac only programs for my uni course, and I really like to have a mac at home so i don't need to be on campus all the time. I can't afford a new mac (right now), so I began researching OSX86 and thought it may be possible to install 10.5 (I had a retail copy laying around) onto my PC: ASUS P5G41T-M-LX Pentium Dual Core E5400 2.7GHZ Generic G41 Chipset graphics (GMA x3100 I'm pretty confident) On board ethernet networking Samsung DL DVD ROM I really want to go down the road of the vanilla kernal (retail install) is that possible with my PC? I've tried boot-132 but it just sits at the apple logo. I realise I'm probably a pain in the arse, but is someone willing to help me out with some info or direction of what i need to do to get boot-132 or some other method working? Many thanks
  3. CS5 is fantastic. Love the new content aware functions.
  4. I don't care about the new iphone. I just want iphone OS 4.0!
  5. Can't wait for this....... Better cooling *fingersx*