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  1. SD card reader is no big deal, I'll research the ethernet and wifi as much as I can. Also, the Intel HD 4000 will be support out of the box since modern Macbook Airs use that right? Thanks
  2. Thank you for the best wishes! The thing is, I already have the card since my friend sent it to me. But I will attempt to use it with OS X and if it doesn't work oh well. There's still one more hope for a Hackintosh system. I plan on picking up an HP Laptop after the system for school and stuff. I will be using this: http://www.shopping.hp.com/en_US/home-office/-/products/Laptops/HP-2000/D6Q62AV?HP-2000t-2d00-Notebook-PC But with the i5 config. Thoughts? How well would it work?
  3. Hi guys! In short, I'm building a new system and I curious about the compatibility with the parts I've chosen. I wish to install 10.7 Lion at minimum, Mountain Lion would be nice but isn't necessary. Motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130639 Processor: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115078 RAM: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231310 Harddrive: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148767 Graphics card will be an AMD Radeon HD 7570 which I hear is the same thing as the Radeon HD 6570 If there's any other info you guys need, let me know please. I will try to provide as much as I can. Thanks in advanced, Mike
  4. Thanks I'll have to give it a try just gotta find an 8 gig flash now!
  5. Thank you, the upgrades will be done soon enough. What Mountain Lion distro did you use out of curiosity? Because I may use Mountain Lion instead.
  6. Under Windows 8 the graphics card is listed under the 7000 series but I'm not too sure. You can only get them in prebuilt computers (friend sent it to me). As for the sound card, I can't get the Windows 8 reading right now but when I installed XP I downloaded the drivers listed as "Analog Devices ADI 198x Integrated Audio, v.5.12.01.5246, A22" but somewhere along the line it was named SoundMax something or other. Which OS X Lion distribution would you recommend? And is two gigs of RAM enough? If not, it'll have to wait till I get the 4 gigs hopefully. Lion has 64 bit support correct?
  7. So I figure now that I'm finally upgrading my PC, I'd like to come back to this forum and see if anything's changed. I happen to be looking for some SoundMax audio drivers, these were unfortunately not available at the time of my original Hackintosh thus the experience wasn't enjoyable for me. I've since upgraded my GPU not requiring ATI Radeon x300, but now requiring AMD Radeon HD 7570 (note the HD part, it's not the original 7570 and is actually a good GPU, I hear anything else 7000 would work ). So out of curiosity, has anyone happened to have found drivers for those? My goal would be to get a dual boot of Windows 8 and Mac OS X 10.7 running. What would be a good start for the Lion installation? And as for other specs, everything else seemed to work out of the box but the ethernet was a little iffy (when I did my XP installation years ago, I downloaded the driver for the "Intel ® PRO/100 VE Network Connection, v.7.1.12.0, A00"). As for other specs, I've got a Pentium 4 Dual core at 2.8 ghz with 2.25 gigs of RAM (soon to change to 4 gigs probably) and right now I've got a 70 gig hard drive but that'll change soon to a 500 gig. (I'd like to get it partitioned off so that i can have 420gb for Windows and 80 for OSX) Any suggestions? Places to start? Thanks in advanced, Mike
  8. Well, I didn't really find anything for VirtualBox (However, I am *ass*uming that vmware stuff will not work for VirtualBox). I really only need some OpenGL support to test iOS Apps/Play a couple of games here and there for testing.
  9. So, I'm running Mac OS X snow Leopard in VirtualBox and I got everything working pretty well. Slow downs here and there, but it's VirtualBox. I successfully updated it to 10.6.8 and had to force edit PLists to get a good resolution. Now, I'm wondering, how can I get proper drivers for it? I mainly want to do this so that I can test Minecraft type things (like say I fork something like InsideJob and I want to test if it works or not) and also, to get the sexy transparent menubar. Whenever i run minecraft, I get an LWJGL/OpenGL sort of bug and I'm not quite sure how to fix it. In addition, the App Store is very slow and Im thinking graphics might help a little =P So, if you guys need anything else about the computer besides the following information, let me know below Compter: Lenovo IdeaCentre Intel Pentium Dual Core 3.2 ghz 4 gb of ram (~3.7 usable) Intel Express Chipset (Allocated 128 mb along with 3D and 2D acceleration) Windows 7 Ultimate x64/~20gb Alloated for an Ubuntu 11.04 partition I really hope you guys can help me, I'm not expecting to be able to play Minecraft on super duper settings with decent FPS but I at least want to be able to play it with all the settings turned down and at least get 25 FPS just to test =) Thanks in advanced, Mike PS, I used LeoHazard 10.6.2 as my install base and updated it to 10.6.8 =P
  10. How Should I Go About Updating?

    ToH Leopard is so simple, it's just like a default Leopard install o.O The only option that I got from the install was X11. I'm so confused right now xD
  11. How Should I Go About Updating?

    You mean 10.5.8, right ;P I don't have to go in order, do I? I sure hope not lol EDIT: So, when I download it, I just run the Terminal Unix files and it does everything for me? 'cause at this point, I'm really confused .-.
  12. How Should I Go About Updating?

    Ahah! I think that Voodoo 9.7 kernel would solve my problem. I'm going to go ahead and try it and get back to you. Is there some way to make like a system backup from like a simple CD that doesn't take long to install? I don't feel like sitting through the installation again if it doesn't work =/
  13. My very first Hackintosh!

    What made you switch to Linux/FreeBSD? There are some pretty nice Linux distros but none that compare to Mac OS X Lion/Snow Leopard
  14. 'Sup...and could somebody please help me?

    Alright, will do. Thanks bro!
  15. 'Sup...and could somebody please help me?

    Okay bumping this one 'cause I don't wanna start another one and I can't figure out how to delete this one lol. I just downloaded Kalyway 10.5.2 and I was wondering a few things A. What kexts should I install? Hardware: Dell Dimension 4700, Intel Pentium 4 Dual Core 2.8 ghZ processor, ATI Radeon x300 GFX and a Soundmax integrated audio P.S., I'm a complete noob and B: After install, how would I go about updating to the newest Leopard release, 10.5.8? Anyone who can help me with this and get everything nice will definately be credited if I'm able to make a video about it. Thanks in advanced, Mike
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