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    Default [Advice] Has anyone got Leopard running on PC problem free?

    Is anyone running Leopard on a PC that isn't constantly fighting issues?

    How hard is it to get Leopard up and running?

    My PC:
    Windows Vista Home Premium
    Intel Core 2 Duo T5600 @ 1.83GHZ
    2 gigs RAM
    Intel 945GM/GU Express Chipset Family
    MATSHITA DVD-RAM UJ 850S ATA Device
    Intel PRO 100/Wireless 3945 ABC Network Connection
    Sigma Tel High Definition Audio
    160GB internal HD
    500 GB external



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    Hi,

    Leopard works fine on my Hackintosh without any problems
    If you use compatible hardware it is very easy to install (see hardware compatibility list).

    Newchurch

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonforisrael View Post
    Is anyone running Leopard on a PC that isn't constantly fighting issues?

    How hard is it to get Leopard up and running?

    My PC:
    Windows Vista Home Premium
    Intel Core 2 Duo T5600 @ 1.83GHZ
    2 gigs RAM
    Intel 945GM/GU Express Chipset Family
    MATSHITA DVD-RAM UJ 850S ATA Device
    Intel PRO 100/Wireless 3945 ABC Network Connection
    Sigma Tel High Definition Audio
    160GB internal HD
    500 GB external
    Hi,

    ToH RC2 DVD work fine on you config, the Intel 3945ABG WIFI doesn't work (no have good kext for it).

    Try this DVD, if need help, post in topic.

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    When you say that ToH RC2 DVD will work fine, do you mean that it should be fairly easy to install on my system other than that wireless card issue? Is there a tutorial anywhere on how to install this DVD specifically? And where is the safest place to find this DVD?

    Thanks for your help, f41qu3

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    I forgot to mention my computer is a Sony Vaio FE880H


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    I have a asrock conroe 1333-d667 v1.0 board with a 333 mhz dual core celeron running just perfect.. it will even sleep/wake.. Running Kalyway 10.5.1..

    No sound in but thats the only issue.. nothing my 4 dollar usb sound card can't fix when needed..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abysmal View Post
    I have a asrock conroe 1333-d667 v1.0 board with a 333 mhz dual core celeron running just perfect.. it will even sleep/wake.. Running Kalyway 10.5.1..

    No sound in but thats the only issue.. nothing my 4 dollar usb sound card can't fix when needed..
    dual core celeron?

    what model?
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    Quote Originally Posted by f41qu3 View Post
    dual core celeron?

    what model?
    From Wikipedia:

    Allendale-512
    Intel launched the new dual core Celeron E1200 processor on January 20, 2008, based on the Allendale-512 core. The CPU has 512KiB L2 cache, 800MT/s FSB, 1.6GHz Clock Speed and 65W TDP. New features to the Celeron family included full enhanced halt state and enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology. Several future models are planned, up to the 2.4GHz E1600. At present, the Celeron Dual-Core E1200 retails for only $11 less than the Pentium Dual-Core E2140 clocked at the same speed but with 1MiB L2 cache, however the price should drop as production gears up. The new Celerons will run in any motherboard that supports current Core 2 Duo family processors.

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    Good, i don't know this Celeron model. I'm on Brazil, we are poor, and don't have money to buy anything new processors, if it have a costs = $53,00 in Brazil is costs = R$ ~400,00



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