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Yosemtee

Saludos a todos desde Alicante

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Hola!

 

Pues nada, que soy nuevo por aquí, tenía la intención de publicar esto ayer por la noche, pero el cansancio no me permitió terminar los dos test requeridos, no me daba tiempo a responder los tests jaja

 

Espero que la sabiduría de los usuarios que hay por aquí me pueda ayudar en mi andadura con Hackintosh.

 

Un saludo!

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Hola Soul, bienvenido al foro.

 

veo que los test te fueron buenos...jejeje

 

 

recuerda poner en tu firma tu hard, para ayudar en los post.

 

un saludo.

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