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    I have read and searched but found nothing inregards to my specs.

    I have an XPS 720 H2C and was wondering if I would be able to get leopard (iAtkos v1.0i r3) running on my setup with dual boot for Vista 64. Heres what I got:

    Intel Core2 Extreme QX6850 3.0 OC to 3.33GHz
    8 GB DDR 800Mhz OC 1066Mhz
    Dual 512MB NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT
    SATA RAID 0 Dual 160GB 10k hard drives + 160GB 10k + 500GB (4 total hard drives) all SATA
    2 SATA DVD/RW + 1 IDE DVD/RW
    X-Fi PCI Sound Card
    Media reader with bluetooth
    1000 Watt PS
    Dual LCD monitors 24" + 37"

    Currently running Vista Ultimate 64 and I'm ultimately disgusted with windows. Any suggestions or help would be appreciated.



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    Hiya there gothor, What a machine let me just tell you kekeke, aja well that distro its kinda old, you can try with iatkos v4i or latest, JaS 10.5.4 or ideneb, this is what I can tell you for now... forget about your X-Fi Sound Card ;P

    Try with those and good luck ;D
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    Thanks for the response. I bought this thing loaded up and found that Vista seems to use a lot of resources. From what I've come to understand Mac uses a lot less.
    I think I also have the built in sound, although I have no idea what it would be. I do have the full retail version of Leopard Leopard 10.5.4 9E25 and a ripped copy of a newer iMac.

    Any more or additional info would be appreciated.

    Thanks

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    To install retail disk check this link, try to check your onboard one, and tell us the chipset maybe that one will work ;D
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