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Olá queridos hackintoshers de plantão.

Irei instalar essa semana (provavelmente hoje mesmo) hackintosh do Snow Leopard no meu note core 2 duo da HP com 4 giga de ram e windows 7 32 bits (se alguém achar que vai dar merda com essa configuração aí me avisa).

 

Mas eu queria saber como q fica o boot depois que eu instalar o Mac OS X. Quando eu ligar o computador, que telá irá aparecer? Vai aparecer a opção de iniciar o windows também? Vou ter que instalar alguma coisa para aparecer o windows e o Mac? O [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] já vai dar conta disso?

Enfim, me digam o que acontecerá com meu boot, agradeço desde já ;)


##### = Ai buti (i b0ot)

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Seja Bem-vindo.

Olha pra ter um bom suporte, por favor, insira sua assinatura. Dai vamos te ajudar com mais certeza.

 

Pra saber como vai ficar o OS X, só instalando pra saber.

Se tem duvidas com dualboot. Aconselho a zerar o HD, criando 2 partições, uma pro OS X e outra pro Mac, depois de instalar o OS X, instale o Windows.

Dai vai ser instalado o bootloader. (Clover ou Chameleon).

 

E sobre o Tonymac, não damos suporte: Importante: Sobre Tonymac e iAtkos

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