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Guys, I'm compiling my guide for installing a RETAIL COPY of OS X Mountain on your Samsung RF 4XX series of notebooks... Current guides by me are at the tmx86 forum, but those require proprietary software downloads... This guide is far more open, and allows you to customise as and how you wish to... There will be some software downloading, but not to worry, these will be kept at a minimum. Follow this post and watch this space! Full guide will be uploaded soon! Thanks...
First of all, Hello everyone. I've just joined Insanely Mac(and cleared a couple of fairly simple quizzes before I could actually post this). Basically, I am a student residing in India where Apple products aren't as cheap as what you could get in U.S. or Singapore. The 15' Macbook Pro range starts from about $2000(even after student discounts its somewhere near $1850 or so) here which makes it quite unaffordable and unrealistic for me. Therefore, I am looking for some Notebook/Laptop that can be Hackintoshed to provide almost similar to original Mac experience, if not identical. Anything that costs $1000(Rs. 50,000) or lesser and meets the above requirements would do good. Ofcourse, I cannot expect a Hackintosh to work flawlessly out of the box, but yes, I need something that would require minimum tweaking or messing with kexts etc and something that is stable, reliable and fairly usable. Looking forward to helpful replies. Edit: I forgot to mention, I would be dual booting OS X and Windows7 even though I would be spending 80% of the time with OS X.