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Hackintosh Possible on this System?
Well, I checked the OSx86 Wiki Page, which says that my Satellite A85-S107 is supported since someone managed to get it running. Now the thing is that I don't understand what "Mac OS-X 10.4.6 JaS OS 10.4.7" means. From what I understand, I'm guessing that it means the disk image used to install? But whenever I search for that image, I get a torrent with no seeders that has been updated in 2008.
So I'm wondering, is it possible to run a Hackintosh on a Satellite A85-S107 with 708mb of RAM? If so, what disk do I need (and can someone link to a working link)? Thanks
10.4.x is old OSX and that's why not many use it unless their hardware are not compatible with newer releases.
Originally Posted by shadowsai
Check your hardware specs to see if you can use newer OSX version, Leopard or SL.
I'm not sure about this, can you help me? I'm bad with hardware stuff.
Motherboard: Toshiba HBT10 (BIOS: Toshiba 1.10 6/7/2005)
Processor: Intel Celeron M (Instructions: MMX, SSE, SSE2, XD)
Display Adapter: Mobility Radeon 9000 IGP
Network (wired): Realtek RTL8139
Network (wireless): Atheros ar5005g (not sure about this one)
Sound: ATI SB200
Well, first off, I tried searching for the Toshiba A85-S107 on the Project x86 Wiki, where the only reference was under 10.4.7. Then I tried searching my individual hardware, but I wasn't able to find anything. Am I doing anything wrong? Thanks
Okay, I've found this program that analyzes my system
1.Apparently, it says my audio controller (IXP500 AC'97 Audio Controller) has no kexts available. But I remember reading on another forum
that they managed to get it working. Is this the same hardware?
2. As well, it says that my modem (ixp ac'97 modem) has no kexts. Is this necessary? Or can I ignore this?
3. Finally, my graphics card (Radeon Mobility 9200 IGP) says there are no kexts. Is this true? Will it still run OSX even if it isn't supported?
Thanks guys for all the help
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