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    Hey just wondering if someone could help me or tell me how I can run Hackintosh Mac OS X Snow Leopard on my system? My system specs are:

    Motherboard: Asus P6X58D Premium
    CPU: Intel Core i7 980x Extreme 3.33Ghz (Overclocked to 3.84Ghz)
    Ram: 12Gb Corsair 1600
    Hard Drive: Seagate 1.5Tb (Raid 0)
    Dvd/Blu-ray: LG Blu-ray burner / Lite On Dvd burner
    Video: Ati Radon HD5870 1Gb
    OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

    If someone could help me out that would be great. I have tried installing iDeneb with Mac OS X 10.5.8 but my pc reboots when I try to install from the iDeneb mac dvd. I have also tried the -v command during installation with no luck. The pc just reboots. Thanks for any help!



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    For your hardware, Leopard won't have much support.
    You'd be better with SL, and actually i7 won't have kernel/system support till 10.6.4.
    As for installation, you would need boot options to start the installer.

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    Thanks for the info. What boot options would I need for the snow leopard installation to work with my system? 10.6.4 will work on my system? Thanks

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    @ekie95 to boot your dvd hakintosh try tu hit f8 and put this : busratio=25 and ok! it will boot up like shame

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    I would check out Tonymacx86's site. He has some good guids for core i7


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    For i7 core I would check out tonymacx86's site. He has a lot of good guides and resources for i7 core. (Sorry for double post)

 

 

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