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    Default disable hardware compatibility verification

    I realize this is somewhat off topic, but I think you guys are my only hope.

    To develop my hacintosh, I purchased an old G4 Powermac and a copy of Leopard. Iíd planned to install Leopard on the G4 if I could get the kinks out of my681 SLI system.

    Unfortunately, the dual 500 processors on my G4 do not meet the minimum processor speed. I know; Iím an idiot. I didnít read the fine print.

    Anyway, I assume this is the reason I get the ďCanít install on this machineĒ error when I attempt to install.

    My question is this:

    Can I hack into the install DVD and disable the verification the installer performs to ensure minimal compatibility? How?



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    Hi , try this link http://www.mac.profusehost.net/leopardassist/

    it's for install leopard on sub 867 machines , maybe it's just for you.

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    Thanks alot. That worked!

 

 

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