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I have 80 GB Harddrive and most of my Windows environtment only take 50GB including the memory cache for XP. What I do is to install the partition manager (PM 8.0) and make a new partition on the fly for 10GB which i would assume will be enough for OSX86. The partition was formatted Apple_HFS.


Here's the Disk Information :


Name : osx86

Type : Volume

Disk Identifier : disk0s5

Mount Point : /

File System : Mac OS Extended (Journaled)

Connection Bus : ATA

Partition Type : Apple_HFS

Device Tree : /PCI0@0/SATA@1F,2/PRID@0/@0:5

Writable : Yes

Universal Unique Identifier : :dev:

Capacity : 9.8 GB (10,487,199,744 Bytes)

Free Space : 2.8 GB (3,044,507,648 Bytes)

Used : 6.9 GB (7,442,690,048 Bytes)

Number of Files : 207,101

Number of Folders : 42,400

Owners Enabled : Yes

Can Turn Owners Off : Yes

Can Repair Permissions : Yes

Can Be Verified : Yes

Can Be Repaired : Yes

Can Be Formatted : Yes

Bootable : Yes

Supports Journaling : Yes

Journaled : Yes

S.M.A.R.T. Status : Verified

Disk Number : 0

Partition Number : 5


Installing the osx is the easiest part. Just put the installer and start like I did with my PC. You may refer to this page


The hardest thing is to make the audio work, since the installer wont work out of box with this notebook

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