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    Hi ... this goes to anyone that can help me but I just tried to run the Kalyway 10.5.1 DVD.. I was able to install it fine but now after I get to the Welcome screen (choose your language and keyboard) I'm getting stuck on where it asks "Do you own a mac already?" of course I select the very bottom option "Do not transfer my information now" it gets stuck on that screen for about 2-3 minutes then the wheel comes up where it will reload and take me back to the Welcome screen again asking to choose a language.

    I have an Asus g73jh-a1 Specs: Processor 3.2GHz Intel Core i7 720QM
    Memory 8GB, 1333MHz DDR3
    Hard drive 500GB 7,200rpm (x2)
    Chipset Intel HM55
    Graphics 1GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870

    If I am running the wrong destro or I need to choose a different kernel any thing you can think of please let me know



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    Oh also when I formatted my disk I selected Mac os x (Journaled) or something like that

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    Hi there,
    It's good that you got it running, but 10.5.1 is dated and may not support your new i7 CPU in term of system performance.
    To get through that screen you could try to go to your BIOS first to disable your network, your LAN and Wifi.
    Regards,

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    Ya so I tried what you suggested and there was no change but you may be right about the os version. If I try to format and change the way it's partition (mac os express (journaled)) would they change anything? I also didn't load any kernels I just ran the boot disk and tried to go through it. If you have any other ideas please hit me up .


    what are the other versions? I only saw this kaylway version. is there a snow leopard version/torrent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doxbeats View Post
    Ya so I tried what you suggested and there was no change but you may be right about the os version. If I try to format and change the way it's partition (mac os express (journaled)) would they change anything? I also didn't load any kernels I just ran the boot disk and tried to go through it. If you have any other ideas please hit me up .


    what are the other versions? I only saw this kaylway version. is there a snow leopard version/torrent?
    Hi,
    It should be formatted HFS+journaled, and you can try but I would doubt it could change much. Yes, during installation, keep it at minimal to get into OSX then replace kernel/system files afterward to make it current, but you still need drivers for chipsets, and other fixed to get OSX running. I would reformat/erase partition and reinstall to see if OSX loaded, because there are some versions but, for your particular CPU, most of them needed to be modified to install.
    Regards,


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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Hi,
    It should be formatted HFS+journaled, and you can try but I would doubt it could change much. Yes, during installation, keep it at minimal to get into OSX then replace kernel/system files afterward to make it current, but you still need drivers for chipsets, and other fixed to get OSX running. I would reformat/erase partition and reinstall to see if OSX loaded, because there are some versions but, for your particular CPU, most of them needed to be modified to install.
    Regards,
    thanks a lot.. I just noticed I had a different version of the os... it was 10.5.2 kalyway and that also may be a reason.. I will try what you said as well and let you know. thanks for the advice so far!

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    Hi,
    Thank you for replying. I am a bit confused about your computer specs. It is a laptop, right? Also that i7 720QM is at 3.2 Ghz?
    Guess I need to look into the specs later.
    Regards,

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    Ya its an Asus g73jh-A1 Laptop. Its actually 1.6 ghz but in "turbo mode" it goes up to 3.2ghz
    Its also running in 64bit if that matters. Well just my windows 7 Os. I am currently downloading Snow_Leopard_10.6.1-10.6.2_SSE2_SSE3_Intel_AMD_by_Hazard thats suppose to be in 64bit.

    Asus G73JH-A1 specs and Laptop specifications - CNET Reviews

    The reason why I would like to get the mac setup on this cause I found out it is possible and it's still cheaper than a macbook. Want it so on 1 HD is Windows 7 and the other is Mac so pretty much the Windows 7 is for gaming and the Mac is for Music Production/Video editing etc lol

    I already made sure that the partitions are separated on each drive so windows 7 is 500 gigs and mac is 500 gigs.
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    *Shake my head* I didn't see the customize button when I was installing... I am going to try it again.. there was no option for HFS+ Journaled the only format options I have is Mac OS X , case sensitive, case sensitive (journaled), journaled and MS dos (fat).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doxbeats View Post
    Ya its an Asus g73jh-A1 Laptop. Its actually 1.6 ghz but in "turbo mode" it goes up to 3.2ghz
    Its also running in 64bit if that matters. Well just my windows 7 Os. I am currently downloading Snow_Leopard_10.6.1-10.6.2_SSE2_SSE3_Intel_AMD_by_Hazard thats suppose to be in 64bit.

    The reason why I would like to get the mac setup on this cause I found out it is possible and it's still cheaper than a macbook. Want it so on 1 HD is Windows 7 and the other is Mac so pretty much the Windows 7 is for gaming and the Mac is for Music Production/Video editing etc lol

    I already made sure that the partitions are separated on each drive so windows 7 is 500 gigs and mac is 500 gigs.
    Hi,
    That distro is a good one to try. Let me know how it is going for you because the Univr SL 3.5, 3.6 won't even made it pass kernel init lines. Using SL is your best bet, and it could run in either 32 or 64 bit mode. Leopard, being a 32 bit OS, can't count system RAM pass 4GB.
    The reason I ask for your specs is that I also have a similar one and don't remember it is that fast.
    So you will be dual boot with win7? I suppose that you've read about it and prepared ahead to not get stuck in those headaches.
    Regards,


 

 
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