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I would like to know if my PC is compatible to install mountain lion as a hackintosh.

My specs are:

Intel Core i3 M380

x64 based PC

4GB of RAM

ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5000 Series

320GB HDD with atleast 100 GB free space

Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Ubuntu 12.10 and Joli Cloud OS quadboot

Mainboard Manufactured by SONY

Chipset is an Intel HM55

BIOS Version/Date: American Megatrends Inc. R1170Y8, 28 Jan, 2011.

SM BIOS Version: 2.6

BIOS Mode:Legacy BIOS


It is a VAIO E Series, Model is VPCEB44EN.


Please help me as I really need an OSX operating system for Work.

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Thank You verrrrry much!!

I would also like to know  how and when to install the video driver.

Also, I would like to know about any problems when dual-booting with Windows and Linux (I can remove linux if it is too much trouble) and how to avoid any problems that will come up when dual-booting. (Penta-booting if Linux is included)

Thank you for your help. :D

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You have to add a chainboot file to charmelon (which i personally have no idea how to do)

i have 2 hard drives, so i have grub on one and charemoln on the other.

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