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Hackintosh Install Questions for Dell Precision T3400 Tower

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Hey guys! I am trying to build a Hackintosh using a Dell Precision T3400 Tower Workstation.




# General Features:

# Form factor: ATX mid tower

# Microsoft Windows Vista Business COA

# Intel Core 2 Duo T7200 2.33 GHz Processor

# Intel X38 Express chipset

# 2 GB of DDR2 SDRAM (supports up to 16 GB)

# 80 GB SATA Hard drive

# DVD-ROM SATA drive

# NVIDIA Quadro FX 570 PCI-Express x16 Dual-DVI video card installed

# Integrated audio

# Integrated Gigabit Ethernet LAN


Dell Precision T3400 Tower Workstation Details | Dell


I have two questions.


A. Will this be able to handle the install along with a 4 GB ram upgrade.

B. If I use the following guide: Lifehacker, tips and downloads for getting things done


Will it work if instead of using the MacOSXUpdateCombo10.6.4 package

I used the MacOSXUpdateCombo10.6.7 package.


If there is an easier method I would love suggestions.


Thank you in advance!

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