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  1. Hi ? This is my notebook:??http://www.asus.com/...specifications/ Asus N56DP A10 4600M 2.3Ghz 4GB Ram AMD Radeon HD 7730M & AMD Radeon HD 7660G 500GB HDD USB 3.0 And a installed windows 7 on it. I used myHack 3.3.1 and Mountain Lion 10.8.3 and made a bootable USB. Every thing is ok and i can see installation with GraphicsEnabler=No flag. I want to install OS X?on a partition,?without losing any data?and without format whole Hard Disk and without installing windows 7 again. Now, i format a partition to HFS+ type. What should i do now?
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