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Jason J. Hill

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  1. Chameleon 2 RC4 RAID boot issues

    I have gone through the guide again with the same end results, any ideas?
  2. Hi there, so i decided that i wanted to hackintosh my HP DV9740us laptop. this laptop is different in the sense that it has the option for 2 HDDs in it. my plan is to just make it a sole OSX laptop and use VMware fusion for any windows needs I have. so i decided to go pick up a retail snow leopard install disk. I found a guide on how to do a retail install and followed that. http://lifehacker.com/5351485/how-to-build...start-to-finish when it came time to partition my HDD's i decided to set it up using osx software raid to raid 0 the 2 hdds. everything installled fine and i can successfully boot into OSX using the USB flash drive the guide instructed me to set up. the problem is i wanted to make the laptop bootable without the USB drive. so i found this guide.... http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/lofiversi...hp/t160467.html and followed that exactly. but im having troubles booting still. without the flash drive plugged in, booting from the HDDs i get the following text. Boot0: GPT Boot0: Testing Boot0: Testing Boot0: Done and then i get a flashing cursor next to the last boot0: done. and doesnt boot any further. what could be the issue? thanks Jason Hill
  3. Retail Snow Leopard on Toshiba Qosmio X505

    I would just try one of the guides you can find. and go from there.
  4. [TOTALLY VANILLA] Retail Snow Leopard

    I found this guide informative. it helped me get my install working