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Jcannon98188

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About Jcannon98188

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  1. Ok so I finally figured out how to install OSX on my AMD machine, using VMWare (I will post a tut for everyone soon, because it is the easiest method I could find, but I wanna get it fully working first). I installed NVInject because my gfx was really choppy, and that set my resolution way down low. I set it to 1024x768 w/ 60mhz (its what I use in windows xp) and the screen is just a blank light blue right now. Using macdrive on my XP machine I can uninstall the file, but it is really bugging me. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do so I can have drivers for my card? Specs: MOBO: MSI K9VGM-V PROCESSOR: AMD Athlong 64 X2 4000+ GFX: Nvidia GeForce 8500gt
  2. How long until we can start a thread outside of the new users forum? I want to post in specific forums where I think my question/post will be best suited to be at.
  3. quick question

    If a mobo is supported for 10.5.1 will it also be supported for 10.6.2? I checked the hardware compatability thingy on the wiki and the last time my mobo was mentioned was in 10.5.1, So will it also work if I install 10.6.2? Btw, my mobo is a MSI K9VGM-V using a AMD Athlon 64+ processor.
  4. Hey there I am trying to install AppleVIAATA.kext to the iso file that Zephyroth made for 10.5.1 I opened it up with transmac and this is what shows up: I do not see where it is that I am supposed to install the kext to. Can someone help?
  5. Iatkos 10.5.7 full procedure for ACER ONE 150, fully working!

    Thank you for the help. I am only getting that netbook because of the $130 price tag, you can't really beat that I have a spare 500gb external laying around I will use for actual files and whatnot.
  6. Iatkos 10.5.7 full procedure for ACER ONE 150, fully working!

    Hey there, I have tried desperately to install mac osx on my home pc, but since I made the machine myself there is too much work involved trying to get it to work imo. I am looking to buy the Acer Aspire One 110 located here: http://www.cowboom.com/store/productDetail...utm_campaign=CJ That is a super rediculously low price btw, if anyone wants to grab one. Anyways, I was wondering if this install works with the 110. I am sure it will, I just don't wanna spend $130 if it isn't going to work (don't need it otherwise). Thank you -Jason
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