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    Thank you I will try this, i am also open to other suggestions untill I can come across a IDE dvd drive, which might not happen lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by TannerS View Post
    Thank you I will try this, i am also open to other suggestions untill I can come across a IDE dvd drive, which might not happen lol
    Hi,
    Unfortunately, not every hardware out there is 100% mac compatible, and many times there a lot of works to make OSX running. Your hardware was meant to be for windows in the first place, so it required some hard work to load OSX, and you're will be the one who are willing to try it. Members here can only assist with suggestion/sharing.
    I did lot of searching for your hardware and only come up with that method which was confirm to work in many cases. Who knows, hopefully there may have better solution then it will be beneficial to many. But again the choice is yours whether you're willing to try it or not. It's your computer.
    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Hi,
    Unfortunately, not every hardware out there is 100% mac compatible, and many times there a lot of works to make OSX running. Your hardware was meant to be for windows in the first place, so it required some hard work to load OSX, and you're will be the one who are willing to try it. Members here can only assist with suggestion/sharing.
    I did lot of searching for your hardware and only come up with that method which was confirm to work in many cases. Who knows, hopefully there may have better solution then it will be beneficial to many. But again the choice is yours whether you're willing to try it or not. It's your computer.
    Regards,
    And I think you for that so much, so i guess only thing I need is IDE dvd burner.....I have a few friends with old broken down computers that could lend me the parts hehe lol , once I get it ill post the results but may be a while so please dont forget about this post if it takes some time

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    I am trying to make a hackintosh too, with an ASUS P6T motherboard, intel x58 chipset, intel i7 920 CPU. In the startup bios I cannot find an option for AHCI. Any ideas?
    thanks
    bruce Bodner bebgsurg@tmlp.net

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    yeah, get a hold of an IDE drive. they are pretty cheap ya know, like $20 for an internal one.. if it doesn't recognize it correctly, then just return it and try another one LOL.


 

 
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