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About BenZ_91

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  1. You can use EASYBCD to do it. * Boot into windows 7 * Install and run EasyBCD on your computer(as Administrator). * From the main screen of EasyBCD select the “Add/Remove Entries” option on the left side. * Select “Mac” tab. * Select “Generic X86 PC” from the drop down menu. Try the other options if it doesn’t work but that’s a very rare case. * You are all done. Reboot your PC and you can now see the boot menu showing Windows 7 as well as Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Select any of them and bingo!
  2. i am having 10.5.6, whatever i do i cant get the sound to working. i have bad axe 2 mother board.. some one please help me...
  3. i am new to mac, i dont understand any of this guide, this hexedit and all is too tough for me, can someone help me get the audio working in my pc???