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About matt.g5158

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  1. Is this at all compatible?

    I am trying to use the iDeneb v1.3 10.5.5 disk to install Mac OSX on my custom build PC. Here are the specs: CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1035T (780MHz) RAM: 4GB MOBO: BIOSTAR A780L3G BIOS: American Megatrends INC. 080014 VIDEO: AMD 760G (Raedon?) SOUND: Realtek HD Audio Network: Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller HardDrive: 500GB Sata HD with Windows XP, 40GB Sata hard drive blank (for OSX) Is this at all compatible? Maybe I could use another flavor of OSx86? Any suggestions are great. Thanks
  2. I have recently installed the iDeneb 10.5.5 x86 on my laptop. The laptop has a broken LCD screen, and you can only see the top left corner of it, but i figured this would be fine because i have an external monitor hooked up to it. the installation went fine. when i try to boot up the first time, the white screen with the gray apple and loading circle shows up on the external monitor for minute, then the screen turns light blue, then it turns off and switches to the broken LCD. But if i look at the LCD, all i can see is a black pointer because i only have that top left corner. I cant figure out how to get the display back to the external monitor. I have tried options at the boot up such as -x, -v, cpus=1, arch=x86, platform=X86PC...none help or change the outcome. If it helps, the laptop is an Acer Aspire 5315 with 1gb of RAM and 8MB of video memory. I appreciate any help possible and thank anyone who can help in advance -Matt