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New Setup and Snow Leo HELP
So first of all my english is not very good, so i hope you'll understand me ;-)
Here are my new components, on which i want to have a dualboot setup with win 7 and snow leopard:
1024MB Sapphire Radeon HD4890 VAPOR-X GDDR5 PCIe
GIGABYTE GA-P55-UD3 P55 S1156 ATX
Intel Core i5 750 2, 66GHz S1156 8MB BOX
Netzteil ATX CoolerMaster Silent Pro M 500W ATX 2.3
2x2048MB Kit Mushkin SP3-10666 1333MHz CL9
Allright and now you'll see my dream in a youtube video.
I also want to have such a nice an colorfull menue in which i can decide between Win 7 and Snow Leopard.
I think my System Preferences are ok for the Hackintosh, because the maker of the youtube video has also similar components in his PC.
And now i hope you all will help me a little bit
Need i a Retail DVD of SL or a Distribution like iDeneb..
Soo thank you all, have a good day
Ok a lot of my questions are answered, while surfing through the forum
But i have 2 left:
Have i install Win 7 oder Snow Leopard for that nice multi boot menue, and how woll it work ?
I think i will try the boot 132 Method
Yeh you can install both, Install Snow 1st then Win7 in GUID scheme, then try following the guides for dual boot with chameleon or easyBCD in the dual boot section, not sure if anyone tried this before. Report back your progress ;D
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I have not been able to get retail SL to get past install without kernel panic. This is a long term project for me, so i am presently using Leopard instead.
I tried many distro, but found the best for my hardware was iATKOS v7. You might have better luck with another. It seems to really depend on the hardware you have and your level of expertise.
The best way is to keep trying and find the one that works for you
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