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    Newbie here. Interested in building my own hackintosh. I did a quick search but didn't see this fairly new mobo in any threads. Has anyone tried it?



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    I would also like to know this, anyone tried this board?

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    hey guys im trying it out now i'll let you know if it works!
    in the meantime you could check it out yourself ofcourse.

    The mobo is listed here:
    HCL 10.6.8 - OSx86 - Asus

    Make sure u have only 4GB installed and 1 Monitor setup.

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    Right guys, new system built...

    Corsair 600t white case, P8z68-v Pro 1155 Sandy bridge, 2600k i7 OC 4.2ghz, antec kuhler h2o 620 water cooler, Gigabyte 560TI 1GB, 8GB DDR3 1600mhz Vengence RAM, 120gb Corsair SATA3 SSD, 1x 1TB 1x 2TB SATA3 HD's, Samsung Blu-ray DVD-RW drive

    I have been following this guide tonymacx86 Forum • View topic - Build Log: Asus P8Z68-V PRO, i5 2500K, Sapphire HD 5770

    I've been trying to install OSX, best I have got is to use iboot legacy with a retail copy of OSX. Boot up with '-v GraphicsEnabler=no' since my 560ti isn't supported, I can install it and boot up into OSX using iboot.

    I installed UpdateHelper instead of BridgeHelper, then installed Multibeast, then I tried to restart to install the update combo which I think was 10.6.8 then it showed a kernel panic and I can't get back into the OS.

    Can anyone give me any pointers?

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    I have this board (P8z68-V Pro) and was able to get Lion running, but can only boot from Rescue Boot CD. Tried several times to use Chameleon and a few other schemes, all caused the system to hang on boot up. USB is working - but has problems with random KP on insertion, Onboard blue tooth does not work, can only get 1024X768 (no graphics card). My only PCI card is a wireless LAN card and it is not recognized. On board wired ethernet is working. SLeep does not work.


 

 

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