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First Trying MacOS on DELL Studio XPS 1645 (with ATI HD 5730)


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I am a Windows Administrator ... but for the future I will change to Apple :)  :P  :yes:

I have actuall iPhones since 3G and problems with Windows Computers since I can think :)


In the moment I have a corrupt Windows 7 64Bit on a DELL Studio XPS 1645 i7.

ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5730

Dell Wireless 1520 N-WLAN

Dell Wireless 5540 HSPA


In the Future I will buy me a MacBookPro, but now I have to reinstall my system because Windows is corrupt.

So I have the idea to install MacOS on my Computer :)


It doesn't seem to be as simple as plug in a USB Stick.

The last days I have read many things which tells me, the easy way will be to reinstall Windows and waiting for buying a MacBook.


But I love challenges ... And if it doesn't work I am able to reinstall with Windows anymore :)


I think that's important too: I have no other Mac OS System to create any sticks in the moment.

But maybe I could get an old one in the next weeks.



So ... is it possible and how? Can and will you help me?

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Just Documentation:


For Installing I have downloaded a prepaired RAW-USB Stick with Clover Bootloader. Not sure if that is ... "okay" :)


Installation without problems ... now the hardware ...



I use Kext Wizard


For the LAN Card I am using: http://www.osx86.net/files/file/2537-bcm5722d-edited-for-bcm5784m/


To make App Store working, deleted /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist and reboot.

I got Your device or computer could not be verified. Contact support for assistance.

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