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    Default Mac OS X Leopard on ACER Predator Aspire G7700

    PLEASE HELP! I have my ACER Predator Aspire G7700. Is it possible to install a hackintosh for this PC? I have searched the net time to time but i can't see any threads for it. Please explain to me how to do it.. Thanks in advance
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    Default help plzzz

    is there anybody who will help me plzzzzzz help me ineed to run mac on my new pc i like it most

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    Hi Abidullah,

    since you're the only one on internet who tried to install osx on the g7700 I wanted to ask you if you succeded in some way, since I'm not able to let the installation begin. I read in another post that you made the iDeneb installation begin... how did you manage to do that? With which bios settings? Which options for the cd start? Which repo, precisely? (ideneb v7 is the 10.5.7?)

    Thanks in advance for your patience!

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    Default Hackintosh on Acer Aspire G7700

    Hi abidullah,

    I have actually got hackintosh working on my computer. The procedure I used was very simple but includes another mac. What I did was install Mac OSX 10.6 on my 3.5" HD off my MacBook Pro. I then booted into my main hard drive on my MacBook Pro, install Chameleon Boot Loader, added my boot file for 32-bit, and then the needed kexts (nullCPUPowerManagement.kext, OpenHaltRestart.kext, PlatformUUID.kext, JMicronATA.kext, JMicron36xSATA.kext, JMicron36xeSATA.kext, fakesmc.v2.5.kext, dsmos.kext, disabler.kext, AppleNForceATA.AnV.kext). Make sure the nullCPUPowerManagement.kext is in the /extra/extensions folder. If it isn't, it will cause issues during boot after doing system updates. I then booted to the 3.5" hard drive on my hackintosh with the "-x32 -v -f" options. This then took me through the mac setup. Then I used Kext Utility to reinstall all the kexts again. All will work from there. I did upgrade it to 10.6.4 with no problem at all. Just had to remove the dsmos.kext for the 10.6.2 upgrade.

    Don't know if you'll get this but hope it helps!

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    Default wow thats cool

    can u send me a video of making, what is ur system pref and which is the brand of ur pc


 

 

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