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Discuss [How To] Dual boot OSX 10.4.9 (using the newest kernel) with Windows Vista at the Archiv (Leopard) - Hackint0sh.org; What is this? This guide tells you how to install OSX 10.4.9 on your Intel ...
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    Lightbulb [How To] Dual boot OSX 10.4.9 (using the newest kernel) with Windows Vista

    What is this?
    This guide tells you how to install OSX 10.4.9 on your Intel or AMD Windows machine, dual booting with Vista.

    Do I need something special to make this work?
    You need a processor that supports at least SSE2 to make this work. You can check this with a program called CPU-Z (http://cpuid.com/cpuz.php).

    Who wrote this guide?
    This guide is indirectly written by the whole OSx68 community. I typed the words, but without the help of all the developers and other people on the old insanelymac and the new hackint0sh forums this woudn't be possible.

    So where's the guide?
    Here: http://www.profit42.com/index.php/2007/04/...indows-machine/



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    how can i perform this tutorial if i already have vista installed as my main OS? i downloaded and installed PartitionMagic and got an error saying it was incompatible.. so is there another partitioning program out there that would work in the same way?

    any help would be great, thanks..

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    Strange, got no problems with PM 8 here...., though after a Google search I see more people have your problem.

    Maybe because I'm running a portable version of PM (search green demon).

    I hope you can find that, you can also try the built in Disk Management tool of Vista, though I don't know if that allows you to keep all your data....

    Will write an updated guide asap, thanks for the "bug report"

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    Wrong URL... I can't get to the tutorial!

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    Quote Originally Posted by auron75 View Post
    Wrong URL... I can't get to the tutorial!
    You must click onto the link, not do a copy-paste! It works like a charm


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    Vista does not need Partition Magic. You can go into disk manager and shrink the drives.

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    I tried to install OS X and everything went well untill it asked me to select a destination to install the JAS OS 10.4.8 it said that but it didnt have any options to select the drive to install or anything. It was jsut blank under wher it said Select destination

    any help would be appreciated
    Thnaks

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    it may be a problem with the JaS disc not having all the patches applied that have been released to fix such hard drive issues...

    or you've not formatted with disk utility

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    Ok so i installed OS X and everything when well. It finished installing and then whne it finished it restarted and when it booted up i got the white screen with the apple logo and then it went dark and it said " You need to restart your computer. Hold down the power button for sevral seconds or press the restart button" so i restart and i keep gettign theis message. What should i do
    Thanks
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    yeah i got that same error messengs that guy got restart and then said the same thing over and over can anyone help me


 

 
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