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I downloaded iAtkos_2.0i BS release and would like to try it out on ...
[Advice] iAtkos 2.0i - some questions about how installation affects bios etc.
I downloaded iAtkos_2.0i BS release and would like to try it out on one of my spare systems.
Is there a clear list of minimum requirements listed anywhere around here? I've seen contradicting information through my searches, some saying that iAtokis v2.0 doesn't support AMD, and some saying that v2.0 DOES support AMD. Does anybody know which is which?
Both of my spare systems are AMD chipsets. One is dual core and one is not. I'd be willing to drop a little bit of coin on a cheap Intel system if I could guarantee that it would successfully boot OS X. Any confirmation on which systems will work for sure?
Also, how will installing OS X affect the existing bios? Let's say I decided to try installing iAtkos on the system I'm using right now. I'd buy a new SATA hdd and replace the one currently installed right now (with Vista premium installed) to try and keep it 'safe.' Now, if I put the new hdd in and throw OS X on it and it doesn't work will I be able to safely throw my original hdd back in there and continue running Vista? And what if it DOES work? If I wanna go back to Vista can I swap back to my original hdd?
Team of Hackint0sh
#1 - 100% work? don't exist. If you need a securely system to work buy a Mac.
#2 - Post your PC configs to we analyze and post back a results of incompatible hardware.
#3 - Don't make experiences if you have only system to work. If you can, buy a second HDD to make experiences ad installation of OSX86.
#4 - For AMD system, I recomend to you use a Leo4All v3.
#5 - For two systems, is possible make dual boot, but not good (for me). Put two HDDs, and use bootmenu of bios to call some system in separate sides.
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