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InDoX

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  1. I really don't think someone is going to outline the steps neccessary for you. what you do need to do, is lurk the web. search google for phrases you think match what you need, and I guarantee you'll start understanding basic OSx86 concepts in no time. however, you can start here:http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2009/09/how-to-build-a-hackintosh-with-snow-leopard-start-to-finish/
  2. Please help out a n00b

    set your SATA from IDE mode to AHCI mode, it's an overlooked step, but one of the most important. (you do it from the bios->integrated peripherals). A guide that explains it: http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2009/09/how-t...tart-to-finish/
  3. DG41RG Mother Borad

    have you set in the BIOS your SATA to AHCI mode?
  4. DV4-1125nr

    Most people miss this step, but it's actually one of the most important steps! http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2009/09/how-t...tart-to-finish/ this has been made for you.
  5. iPhone 5 is already here !

    With that amount of disklikes vs likes, I bet steve jobs aint making nothin' near that..
  6. Just like the title states, I Can't boot from usb in AHCI mode on GA-P55-USB3, and it's crucial for me since I've got my windows, my Mac OS X, my arch linux and my backtrack on various sandisk usbs, In the BIOS I've set first boot to USB-FDD, second to USB-CDROM, and only third to HardDisk. I've also set manually for my Cruzer to boot before my Harddisk. Nothing helps, It loads my HD and doesn't even notice my USB stick. ideas? thanks in advance, me
  7. AHCI with gb motherboard problem

    yea, exactly what I did, I flashed the 10g BIOS, and to be able to get back to it in AHCI mode I set the delay time of the Logo screen (that's how it's called?) to 3 seconds. Now I'm in AHCI mode, and got the bios in hand.
  8. Hey guys, I am in a bit of a pickle here. As the guides everywhere state, I need my SATA drive to be in AHCI mode instead of IDE, so I went and did that in that in the BIOS. whoops, now when I boot my windows, I go through the first screen and bluescreen (of death). Also, no access to the BIOS, the first two screens changed, some kind of AHCI specific screens, which state no button to press to go into the BIOS, so I literally tried every stupid button to get into the BIOS to change AHCI back to IDE. no luck in that part. so I searched a while in the internet (the last 3-4 hours), and found a post stating I should connect my HD to the white SATA socket, e.g GSATA. aha! windows now boots, yet there is still no access to the BIOS. what can I do to get my BIOS back :'( ? also, in the AHCI boot screen, I've noticed it says that BIOS version (1.20E) has no support for USB boot. only HD and CD-ROMS. I realize to install a hackintosh I have to use AHCI, and I boot everything from USB. everything. can't stop using it. so my questions are, what do I need to do to get into the BIOS, and what do I need to do to enable booting from USB in AHCI mode. thanks in advance, me
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