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Boa tarde, havia sido ajudado tempos atrás pelo Artur se não me engano com minha config e Snow Leopard. Acabei trocando a Vga por uma compatível, que era o que não ia na época.

 

Gostaria de instalar o Mountain Lion direto, é recomendado? Outra coisa é, eu usei um tutorial meio estranho na época, com coisas alternativas, porém já vi vários relatos de sucesso no ML com minhas configs atuais, o que é o recomendando?

###### em CD + Mountain Lion em DVD + ###### no pos instalação?

Pendrive bootável com ML gerado com o ######?

e o Bootloader é o chimera ou outro? Já é instalado por padrão com ###### ou ######?

 

Como podem ver, sou crú no negócio ainda, mas queria entender a lógica e não receita de bolo! Claro que ela é bem vinda pra estudo, caso houver!

 

Configs:

P8P67 Deluxe (Bios 2302 modificada p/ hack)

I7 Sandy Bridge 2600k

Radeon HD 6870 XFX 1GB

 

Ps: Li no tonymacx86 sobre quem tinha a Bios 2302 passar uma Bios modificada para reduzir erros de gerenciamento de energia, e várias outras coisas que facilitariam o hack, já estou com ela rodando :D

 

Agora eu tenho fé que o negócio irá, placa nova, vida nova, aguardo e agradeço!

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