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  1. Hello community, I am a new member here, also new at this Hackintosh stuff, but i already have a lot of experience in computing etc, what i mean is that I'm not a newbie at computers, I know lots of stuff, but i recently started experimenting with Hackintosh builds on a friend's laptop. I was thinking of buying a laptop my self, a good one so i can game and prepare business projects for work and also Video/Photo editing, plus Wifi Penetration Security Testing. I know i can do all that from just Window 7, but I'd love to experiment since I got nothing to lose because my laptop is new. My laptop: Alienware 17 i7 4700HQ8GB RAM DDR3intel graphics 4600gtx 770m1TB @ 5400 RPM256GB SSD ---> (I'm planing my installation here)Blu-ray17,3" FHDSo, I am planing to make it triple boot: Well, I found lots of guides on the internet and chose these: here for just Hackintosh , and here for Triple Boot . Well that suits me, but I kindly want to ask for some support of the community here so I'd be really grateful if you can point me to the right direction, and the right Kexts. Guys, thank you all in advance. ? ? P.S. One last thing i want to ask is that for the Kali Linux and generally connecting to a WiFi, I would like something that can get the signal from kinda a mile or more away. First search and thought led me to find that Ubiquiti builds the top quality products but I have yet to understand if these products are just antennas and i will need to use a USB adapter like TP-Link or something else like it and connect it to the thing i buy from Ubiquiti, or if they are something else. Please point me right if you can in that thing too. Thank you in advance once more, you're the best!
  2. Hi all, I've been trying to install Mavericks on the Alienware M14xR1 for about 2 days with no success. I've tried various boot flags without any luck. i7-2720qm Nvidia GT 555m 8gb ram Any help will be highly appreciated!! Cheers
  3. Is is possible to install lion on the new Alienware X51 I'm new to this and had a macbook pro but it finally gave up the go..... looking at buying the new Alienware X51 i5 with BlueRay drive but I will need to be able to dual boot lion (eventually mountain lion) so i can use logic 9 for studio work so will need audio drivers to work etc.... is this possible and if so how..? any information would be much appreciated! Thanks Specs below Processor: Intel® Core? i5-2320 (3.00GHz, 6MB L3 Cache, 4C) Microsoft Operating System: English Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium (64 BIT) Video Card: 1GB GDDR5 NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 545 Memory: 8GB 1333MHz (2x4GB) Dual Channel Memory (DDR3) Hard Drive: 1TB Serial ATA (7,200 rpm) Optical Devices: BluRay Combo (Blu-ray read only, DVD, CD read & write) Sound Cards: Internal High-Definition 7.1 Performance Audio Wireless Networking: Integrated 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi Wireless LAN Monitor: Alienware OptX? AW2310 23? 120Hz 3D Capable Full HD Widescreen Monitor - UK
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