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    Question [iDeneb] Leopard Installation Help

    I am running XP on my COMPAQ M2000 and want to create a new partition and run Leopard on it. Using iDeneb v1.1 with OS X 10.5.4. I just wanted to ask what Drivers should I choose during installation.

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    Intel Pentium M - 1.60 GHz
    2 GB DDR1 Kingston RAM
    Synaptics Touchpad
    Intel 82852/82855 GME Graphics Controller
    Conexant CX20468-31 AC97 Audio Controller
    Broadcom 100 Mbps Ethernet Adapter
    Intel PRO Wireless 2200 WiFi Adapter
    Texas Instrumental PCMCIA - TI-PCI6xx1/7xx1
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    Quote Originally Posted by jashsayani View Post
    I am running XP on my COMPAQ M2000 and want to create a new partition and run Leopard on it. Using iDeneb v1.1 with OS X 10.5.4. I just wanted to ask what Drivers should I choose during installation.

    My Notebook Config is as follows:

    Intel Pentium M - 1.60 GHz
    2 GB DDR1 Kingston RAM
    Synaptics Touchpad
    Intel 82852/82855 GME Graphics Controller
    Conexant CX20468-31 AC97 Audio Controller
    Broadcom 100 Mbps Ethernet Adapter
    Intel PRO Wireless 2200 WiFi Adapter
    Texas Instrumental PCMCIA - TI-PCI6xx1/7xx1
    Install the drivers according to your hardware.

    First step: know you hardware, models and chipsets numberz,

    Second step: install osx86.

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    looks like you'll need the sse2 patch and chances are the intel wireless won't work. Also the graphics on the 855gm will be unsupported so will be slow as hell. I don't think all in all it will run at all smoothly with the sse2 processor and graphics limitations.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stulowe View Post
    looks like you'll need the sse2 patch and chances are the intel wireless won't work. Also the graphics on the 855gm will be unsupported so will be slow as hell. I don't think all in all it will run at all smoothly with the sse2 processor and graphics limitations.


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    Well, in that case, I think it would be better to stay with Windows. However, I'll try the install on a VM....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jashsayani View Post
    Well, in that case, I think it would be better to stay with Windows. However, I'll try the install on a VM....
    Think JaS 10.5.4 or Leo4All supports your machine.

    Goodluck on test and post back results, or a guide if you can (or if work)
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    Quote Originally Posted by stulowe View Post
    looks like you'll need the sse2 patch and chances are the intel wireless won't work. Also the graphics on the 855gm will be unsupported so will be slow as hell. I don't think all in all it will run at all smoothly with the sse2 processor and graphics limitations.


    Stu
    Look, all pentium 4 supports SSE2, the ADM need to be K8 and more/= socket 939
    so boot from DVD, select the drivers for your PC, there are all, install and rdy is easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Begletsut View Post
    Look, all pentium 4 supports SSE2, the ADM need to be K8 and more/= socket 939
    so boot from DVD, select the drivers for your PC, there are all, install and rdy is easy
    All Sempron models of 754 pins are TRUE capable of run OSX.
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    Thanks for all updates... I am going to try install Leopard after I get some time in a week or so... Will post back results...

    BTW, Is there an app to backup my whole Windows XP HD as it is and store the image on my external drive.. So if OS X install fails, I can restore the whole image with my Apps/Data/Settings, etc... ?

    Thanks.
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    Did you can try Norton Ghost - work good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by f41qu3 View Post
    Did you can try Norton Ghost - work good!
    Thanks. I'll check it out..
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    iPhone 4 (32 GB) Black, Firmware 4.1

    My Mac mini
    2.0 GHz Dual core, 2GB RAM, 160 GB HDD, Leopard 10.5.8

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