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[contest] Newbies guide to Hackintosh

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This is a new contest announcement with big prizes!

Creating a hackintosh system isn?t very hard, but when you are new to the scene it?s very difficult to know where to start. There?s a wealth on information about hackintosh and it takes a lot of time to find some clues on where to start. OSx86.net it?s goal is to make life easier for the community and therefore the new contest will be: Newbie guide to hackintosh!

What do you have to do?

You have to write a guide, in English, accompanied with useful screenshots / pictures so new users will know how to start building their hackintosh systems.

The rules of engagement

  1. Thou shalt not use {censored} tools (Why?)
  2. Thou shalt not copy from other guides (we will check for plagiarism)
  3. Thou shalt not use pirated distributions like iAtkos (Why?)
  4. When you submit a guide to this contest, OSx86.net has the right to use this guide on the website.
  5. Although it is not obligatory, it would be very nice to use OSx86.net's site in your tutorials / screenshots. You will get extra points for it :-)
  6. The OSx86.net crew will pick the winners

What are the prizes?

First place: ? 200,-

Second place: ? 100,-

Third place: ? 50,-

All payments will be done via PayPal only.

How to submit?

Please submit your guide by e-mailing to info@osx86.net with your guide attached. Also let me know your username on OSx86.net, this is needed for the poll.

Deadline

Saturday, May 4th 2013

Edited by John

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Contest lucrative... :cool: :encouragement:

Can you divulge assessment system?

1. What version of mac os has the highest score: ML, Lion, etc.

2. What type of hardware that has the highest score: Laptop or desktop

3. Do you have to perfect the overall hardware, most of what is necessary or sufficient to show desktop mac os without Kernel Panic?

Come support this program ...!!

(sorry for english, google translate)

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1) Lion and / or Mountain Lion is good

2) Doesn't matter, both are welcome

3) The guide has to be a generic guide for all computers. So you can't possibly create a guide that enables all computers to run perfectly.

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Thou shalt not copy from other guides (we will check for plagiarism)

MAN, I have a guide, but the initial installation process is from Phil Tesone. Does it still count? :(

Acert0sh

Edited by Lacedaemon

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I'm am half/way PC functional(A+cert. ect.) and If any of you are successful in developing a method of installing on P4+ and/or AMD Sempron laptop CPU's and above , 10.7 or above Hackentosh OS's from PC OS's or blank HD's this site will get a S***load of donations from me and others and make this a premier site for PC alternative OS. Thanks for your time and lots luck!

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