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Hey everyone I'm having issues installing osx

I had installed osx 10.5 on a old Dell xps400

But now I have a new computer and have searched high and low on how to do it and I'm still havin issues

 

My specs are as follows

Ep45-ud3p v1.6

Qx9650 processor

Bfgtech 9800gtx+

4gb ddr2 800 avant ram 2x2 dual channel

Xfi titanium I know this essential working back in the day but I guess not now not really worried about the sound

I'm running three sata drives and two IDE

A sata DVD burner

 

Anything else just ask

I have a install of win7 64bit

 

If at all possible I'd like to keep my data

Could Somone please

Kindof walk me through the steps and help me get all my kexts in place?

 

Greatly appreciated

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Hey everyone I'm having issues installing osx

I had installed osx 10.5 on a old Dell xps400

But now I have a new computer and have searched high and low on how to do it and I'm still havin issues

 

My specs are as follows

Ep45-ud3p v1.6

Qx9650 processor

Bfgtech 9800gtx+

4gb ddr2 800 avant ram 2x2 dual channel

Xfi titanium I know this essential working back in the day but I guess not now not really worried about the sound

I'm running three sata drives and two IDE

A sata DVD burner

 

Anything else just ask

I have a install of win7 64bit

 

If at all possible I'd like to keep my data

Could Somone please

Kindof walk me through the steps and help me get all my kexts in place?

 

Greatly appreciated

 

 

Check out kakewalk http://puru.se/ Your Motherboard is supported. I just used it to load my GA-EX58-UD5 with MacOS 10.6.3. It works great with a 9800GTX+ video card. Likes to boot off SATA drive.

EASY installer - ISO CD or USB Flash drive. I used the USB loader and it goes extremely well.

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