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    Default problem booting up

    i have followed that guide here: How to Build a Hackintosh with Snow Leopard, Start to Finish - Hackintosh - Lifehacker

    tho i can NOT configure my bios because my motherboard's bios has nothing to do with those screenies so i cant change anything.

    and when i am trying to boot from the hackint0sh hd to install it, i am getting a black screen with a box saying:

    ANALOG
    OUT OF RANGE
    74,9kHz/60Hz



    can someone help here?

    Motherboard: Asus P5KC
    CPU: Q6600
    GFx card: RADEON X1550

    beggiinnnnnnnnng u



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    comon guys!!! none knows?

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    bumpbumpbumpbump

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    Those screenies are to give you an idea, it doesn't mean you have to do it per se.

    Why are you booting from an empty hd? before you installed the OS?

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    i've got a macbook, so i did what the tut said...and now i took the HD with the extra, boot, install, etc and plug it to my desktop pc, there where i wanna install the hackint0sh...and i am having that problem... :S


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    any ideas?

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    Are you using a USB drive at all? Just leave an empty hdd in the desktop and install using USB drive. Configure the USB using your macbook.

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    yea i did it like that man, i am not stupid
    i just didnt configure he bios...maybe thats the problem...dunno how to do it tho

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    OK. Fire up your desktop and press "delete" key when ASUS logo comes up. Set your HDD as AHCI. Set first boot as your USB drive, make sure you have it connected before getting in the BIOS. When it boots again it should boot from the USB drive.

    I do not know your BIOS so you have to familiarize yourself with it.

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    the motherboard is ASUS P5KC and there isnt any stuff for AHCI
    anyways i get it to boot but i am getting that screenie





 

 

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