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    Hi @ all

    This is my first post and i hope i am right here....

    I've got a Pavillion Notebook from HP and my Question is what can i do to run MAC OSX from HDD i want to install it and use it.....what oppurtunities i have?

    sry for noob Questions

    Greetz Red



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    Hi there and welcome.
    You HP belongs to windows
    So for OSX doors, you may need to post full specs to see if it's more or less compatible, or google is your friend

    Cheers

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    oh yeah sry here are the specs

    HP Pavilion dv5-1110ez (FU740EA), AMD Athlon 64 X2 QL-62 (2x 2.0GHz, 2x 512kB Cache, 35W), 2048MB + 1024MB
    15.4", WXGA (1280x800), BrightView • ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3450 256MB • 1x 160GB, DVD±RW DL, LightScribe • VGA, HDMI, Gigabit-LAN, 802.11 a/b/g, FireWire 400, eSATA, ExpressCard • 357x42x259 mm • WebCam, Windows Vista Home Premium

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    It depends on your board chipsets. But for easier installation, you could go with distro releases from iAtkos, iDeneb or iPC.

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    should i have to "find" as exapmle an iPC version and just burn and install it? does this work?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucious View Post
    should i have to "find" as exapmle an iPC version and just burn and install it? does this work?
    I don't quite understand what you mean.
    Your chipsets could be either nForce or SB series, and one of the version may have more drivers for it.

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    its an nForce Chipset

 

 

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