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    Hello !
    i'd like to bulid my own hackintosh with my asus x52 dr !
    here are my specs :
    Sound : realtek alc269
    Graphik: AtI hd5470
    Cpu : AMD Athlon 64 X2 P320
    Ram : 4 gb ddr3
    hdd: 320 gb
    Wlan: atheros ar9285 !
    will osx run on my notebook ??
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    no, you are not able becouse you don't have a capable vga

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    But i've downloaded ideneb and installed it succesfull on this notebook !
    but: the sound, the ethernet and the wifi doesn't work! and the max. resolution is
    1024x 768 !! so everything is very blurred !
    what shall i do ?

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    for sound you should use voodoohda for sound,

    for video you can try this turorial that i find at insanelymac, it is from the user fayens
    I succes to enable both internal monitor and QE/CI on my msi CX620 laptop.
    I have a HD5470 (Mobility, but hd5470 is only mobility!).

    Please read carefully the requirement before:
    You need:
    - A working 10.6.6 or 10.6.7 installation, I don't help to upgrade your computer, look at other topic for help about this.
    - Multibeast 3.3
    - Maybe windows, or linux to obtain your EDID
    - Switchable graphics (if you have that) disabled in your bios
    - Patience, very important

    It's useful to have:
    -Lizard
    -KextUtility


    So the tutorial !

    Step 1 : EDID Injection !
    If your internal display is unknow for the system , you must inject your EDID first.
    Follow this good tutorial by CharredPC

    Step 2 : Chameleon
    With Multibeast 3.3 install the chameleon ati (by Kabyl)


    Step 3: 2011 MBP's kext
    This kext package come from new MBP update, exept for AtiSupport.kext wich come from lion
    It's very important to no install other AtiSupport.kext than the one from Lion and to install other kexts from MBP 2011 update, or your graphics never works
    Main_pack.zip ( 6.78MB ) Number of downloads: 436

    The Injector must be put in /E/E
    Install the kexts with kext utility.


    Step 4: com.apple.boot.plist
    Add to your file (the /Extra one):
    <key>AtiConfig</key>
    <string>Hoolock</string>
    Or use Lizard to add the new strings.

    Step 5: Reboot, and enjoy

    So, for the tester I still have some problems
    First I have a white 'translucent taskbar', I think there still a problem with transparency.
    And I can't view spotlight search. (maybe the same problem)
    But QE/CI works, correct resolution too.
    Photobooth, iWorks, Front Row, Dvd player, Preview, ... all works expect the translucent taskbar!
    for network and wifi you should use google

 

 

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