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Asrock 4coredual-SATA2

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Hi everybody, this is my first post.

 

First of all I am not an advanced computer user. I was reading as much as I could about how to install a hackintosh. I don't understand much. After a few nights of strugle i finally made it. I installed Kalyway 10.5.1 on my machine (Asrock 4coredual-Sata2, Intel Core2Duo E4500 2.2Ghz, 2GB RAM, Nvidia 7300GT). But it's not working. It reboots when is trying to boot. I have seen that other people that have the same mainboard had an working install of the 10.5.1. Can somebody please tell me what is wrong?

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the network card is not that stable. it works for an hours then i can't use the internet. i restart the computer and it works again.

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i bought a network card with Realtek chipset (8139). OS X recognized it and it works flawless. i payed for it 4.5 EUR (7 USD).

i will try to install Stevo Patch 4.5 for SATA to work.

is there any chance that i could find the patched dvd? i searched on TPB and othe sites and there was nothing. can anyone brake the silence?

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Anyone figure out how to get the Sata to work. So far my 4coredual only boots from an IDE drive, but I have a 320gig SATA drive that can't be seen.

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anyone get a patched version of kalyway to boot and reconize the sata drive so you can install to it? or am i gonna have to install to an ide then patch to the sata?

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Hi, i have a motherboard Asrock 4CoreDual-SATA2 with CPU Intel E2160 and 2 GB DDR2 Kingston in Dual-Channel. I have Nvidia GeForce 9600 GT.
Can i install Mac OS X on my PC?​

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