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bohne481

Hackint0sh on my HP DV7 and my Compal HL90

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Hello :)

 

Well, Im new here and im to stupid to pass the second test cause of im 15 years old and many thinks i just cant know in my age.

Sry for bad english I try my best!

By the way I'm from Germany.

 

So,

I want to install any Mac OSx on my laptops. I already tried "iAktos v7" and "iDeneb v1.6" lite after about 20 fails on both computers with both softwares I gave it up and hope for help here.

I will give you the exactly hardware of both know.

 

HP-DV7-2170eg

 

 

CPU: AMD Turion X2 RM-75 / 2.2 GHz LINK

RAM: 4GB DDR2 SDRAM 2x2GB

HDD: 2x320GB 5400 rpm Serial ATA

DRIVE: DVD±RW (±R DL)

GRAPHICS: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650 1024MB GDDR3 SDRAM LINK

MAINBOARD: NW673EA (I cant give you more informations because I cant run CPU-Z or something sry)

 

 

 

Compal HL90

 

 

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 / 2.26 GHz LINK

RAM: 2GB, 1x2048 DDR2 Team-Elite-800

HDD: 1x320GB Fujitsu MHZ2320BJ 7200 rpm SATA-II

DRIVE: DVD±RW (±R DL)

GRAPHICS: NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT 512MB GDDR2 LINK

MAINBOARD: Intel PM45

 

 

 

iAktos v7 Problems:

HP: The install crashes at about 85% but the bootloader was already installed so it boots with Chameleon 2.0 and stucks at the Apple logo.

HL90: The install crashes at about 45% but the bootloader was already installed to and also stucks at the Apple logo.

 

iDeneb v.1.6 Problems:

HP: The install complete but not succesfull and when the PC wants to boot comes this boot0: test boot0: error .

HL90: The install crashes at about 60% and when i want to boot there comes something with my netcard.

 

I really hope that you can help me because I now own an iPhone 4s and an iPad 2 and I really wish to have Mac OSx.

 

You can add me in:

Facebook Jona Becker

MSN bohne481@hotmail.com ( I think :D )

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The HP is going to be stuck on Snow Leopard as it is AMD, also I know there are issues with Mobility Radeons. I'm not hot on AMD/ATi so you'll need to look into this further.

The Compal should run Lion, you should have native graphics support using Chameleon 2.1 and GraphicsEnabler=Yes.

 

For both machines the easiest way to start is going to be with a Snow Leopard 10.6.3 retail disk and Nawcom's ModCD/ModUSB.

 

Start with the Intel machine as it will be a much simpler install.

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There is no set method, you need to try different methods until you find one that works for your hardware.

Try with a Snow Leopard 10.6.3 retail disk and Nawcom's ModCD.

 

Do not PM me regarding installation, it quite clearly says in my signature 'No PM support'.

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Yes I've written it but I thougt adding me in skype doesn't is PM support :P

 

Im downloading it now dammnit I have 24GB of OSx installations.

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