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chasingcharlie

ML latest update broke my mac. Will not boot anymore

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This is a Hackintosh that I've upgraded from Leopard to Mountain Lion. I have attached a picture. I have another Hackinintosh I can use to repair kext -- if someone can give me an idea to do:

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Hi!

 

You didn't tell us which CPU you're using: is it a Pentium 4? If it is, and supports 64-bit, you can run Mountain Lion, but you'll need a patched kernel, like the AMD CPUs do: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/281450-mountain-lion-kernel-testing-on-amd/page__st__1900#entry1898180.

 

GMA950 won't work with any version of Mountain Lion. Sorry, dude! Go get a compatible discrete GPU: it can be a rather cheap one, like the nVidia GeForce G210. But i'm forced to say if you really want to have a smooth Mountain Lion experience, you'd be better upgrading the whole thing: there real cheap Intel solutions (like newer dual-core pentium CPUs and low-end LGA 1155 socket motherboards) that will allow you to run OSX almost unmodified.

 

All the best!

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Hi, i've got a retail installation of Mountain Lion 10.8.2 on a P5G41T-M/LX with a Intel Q6600, 2x4Gb DDR3, HD6850 1Gb...Can i upgrade to 10.8.3 with any problems or i've got to repair permission or something else?

Thanks

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