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  1. No destination to install leapord

    Sometimes, you've got to reboot back into the Installer after formatting for it to show up properly...
  2. When is Leopard Going to Leak?

    kk nub whatever you say
  3. When is Leopard Going to Leak?

    LOLZ Funny...not.
  4. When is Leopard Going to Leak?

    See, he knows what he's talking about Did you bother checking my site for the full size image
  5. When is Leopard Going to Leak?

    I prefer my 1Gbit FTP to crappy torrents...go figure...
  6. When is Leopard Going to Leak?

    This is not a torrent, torrents are super-unelite. Not cool. This is a private and very secure FTP server. I don't use torrents...I'm just letting you all know it's out and it'll be out soon enough for the rest of you.
  7. When is Leopard Going to Leak?

    Boys...it's definitely leaked...
  8. When is Leopard Going to Leak?

    You get the 15 RARs, open one and extract the file from it, it'll look at the other RARs and put the file together. Google.com for more information
  9. OS X x86 Install

    Hahaha, I have to quote you on that. Gentoo is far better then any of those distributions of Linux. Mandrake is disgrace to Linux...Ubuntu is too n00bed out for me Now that I think about it though, I cannot use Linux because I need iTunes...argh, why can't this work nicely!! Maybe I will need that MacPro Sorry, wasn't talking to you, your post managed to sneak in before I made my post :\
  10. OS X x86 Install

    Alright, well maybe it would be best to digg (haha i've been on digg to much...) up =. I think I have a couple sitting around, if not they're easy & cheap enough to come by. Does this mean, none of my SATA drives will work? The other issue I have is getting the right DVD. I don't think we're allowed to discuss such things, but I know the right people who should know what's the right stuff. I also have a feeling that my sound card won't work either...
  11. OS X x86 Install

    I suppose I could do something like that, but that means I have to install Gentoo on it, which may or may not be more of a pain in the butt over OS X x86.
  12. OS X x86 Install

    Hi boys! I'm semi-new to installing OS X on x86. I've done it before and I know it worked wonderfully. Although it was way way back when doing this was quite new, so it's been some time. I've been doing some reading on the wiki and forums. I am now very much interested in getting this installed again, I just need to get rid of windows. I am hoping it can be done because if not then I am looking at having to buy the 24" iMac or the MacPro. Alright so, here's what I have: AMD Athlon64 3500+ 4GBs RAM PC-3200 LanParty UT nf4 Sony DVD burner SATA II drive - currently NTFS SATA drives - NTFS Some onboard sound card One thing I did see on the forums was SATA does/doesn't work - seemed to be a mixed response. It looks like I might need a Myzar CD?? So maybe you guys could help me out and point me in the right direction of yes this will work or no go buy a MacPro!! I would just hate to not use the hardware I've got!! I really appreciate any help whatsoever. I know it worked once, but I've been out of it too long to know anything useful now!
  13. Leopard Installation Method

    Burn it to a dual layer dvd...and boot from the dvd...
  14. Leopard Installation Method

    It appears that you need to set the partition scheme as GUID!!! IMPORTANT FOR INTEL PEOPLE!!!!! http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=303220
  15. Leopard Installation Method

    I have had the image for a couple days now but I cannot get it to install! I get the boot icon that is a circle with a line through it (looks like the no-smoking symbol if that helps). I booted from a DVD and I tried to boot off a external HDD that I had restored the Leopard image too and nothing is working...