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It's been a while since I've attempted to hackintosh something. My Dell Mini 10v recently got stolen from my dorm room, so I'm left with my HP laptop with switchable graphics. I've spent many hours reading for solutions and finally figured I'd come here for what will hopefully be a simple answer. My laptop has two graphics cards, an ATI Radeon 5650m, which I understand does not work correctly, and the integrated first-gen Core i5 GMA HD card. My question is this: can I get a fully working (QE/CI/OpenGL) osx86 install with either of these cards or are they just not compatible? If there's a way I'd love to install Mountain Lion on my laptop but if it's a lost cause perhaps I'll start saving for a HoboMac or something. Thanks for reading and for your future replies! :)

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