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LeoGomes

[Ajuda] Instalação do Snow Leopard (Problema com o Boot do CD)

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Não sabia qual era a área mais correta para postar, mas postei aqui pois eu acho que tem alguma coisa a ver com o hardware.

 

O problema é o seguinte:

 

Eu tenho um Acer Aspire 5251-1069 e há tempos que eu estou tentando instalar o Mac OS X nele (não necessariamente dual boot). Enfim, antes eu nem conseguia passar da tela do bootloader, mas ai eu consegui. A minha decepção é que eu sempre empaco nessa tela, não importa a "distribuição" que eu uso. Também já tentei instalar o retail com o Nawcom's Mod CD. A configuração do meu notebook é a seguinte:

 

AMD V 120 - Processador (Single-Core 2.2GHz)

2GB DDR3 - RAM

ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 - Placa de vídeo

Atheros (alguma coisa que eu esqueci o que é) - Placa de rede

 

E a tela na qual eu fico empacado:

 

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(não sei qual da pra ler melhor, então postei três imagens)

A pergunta é: Por que fica parado aqui? É por causa do hardware, não? Como resolvo (se der praresolver)?

 

Ahhh, vou aproveitar pra perguntar maisuma coisinha. Por acaso o Snow Leopard (ou o Lion) suporta a GeForce GT520 (da galaxy)?

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