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  1. it would be very convenient for me and other "hackintoshers" to use these files:) thanks so much for ur help =)
  2. Yes, I do. This works as follows: I installed PC EFI onto flash drive with GUID Partition Table, then replaced "/path-to-usb/boot" with an extracted "boot" file from current version of Chameleon boot loader. It works for loading OS X 10.7.X—10.9.X
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    Howdy! Here is a shell script to create a bootable USB installation drive from Mac App Store copy of OS X which I've just written. This tool do the same as U{censored} http://www.{censored}.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=202, but I couldn't get work the last one. To get started plug-in ur USB stick (u need more then 6.2 GB of space), put "Install OS X Mavericks.app" into /Applications directory and open the make.sh with Terminal. For more help, watch the video below (it's boring). As a result u'll get all-in-one bootable USB drive that can also be used as a rescue boot drive for system recovery. I belive I'll help somebody. Good luck. http://youtu.be/0jiEqVsKfqs
  4. 156 downloads

    Howdy. Here is a post-installation shell script for Packard Bell TM85 with OS X 10.9.1 on it. Everything works like a charm, except unnecessary built-in Bluetooth. For more information see "readme". Good luck & have fun!
  5. You can use Google Translate in order to translate article from Russian into English or other languages. P.S. If your laptop has the same specs as TM85, try these files at your own risk!
  6. Version 1.0


    PackardBell-TM85 pack is All-In-One post-installation tool designed specifically for this laptop and Lion 10.7.x
  7. Version 1.0


    P6TD-Deluxe pack is All-In-One post-installation tool designed specifically for this motherboard and Lion 10.7.x
  8. Version 1.0


    Atheros AR9285 and Broadcom BCM57780 works fine on Packard Bell EasyNote TM85
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