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  1. Hey, I have tried a bunch of stuff and really need help. I installed iATkos with -v busratio=20 maxmem=2048 cpus=1 and all went well, I selected nothing but an extra wired ethernet driver in customise and yet still when I go to boot with the above boot codes It's just a plain black screen, without -v it's an Apple logo and on both nothing happens. Please help thanks. Processor: AMD Anthlon II X4 645 GPU: AMD HD Raedon 6970 -Thanks.
  2. Hey guys I had a perfectly good running Hackintosh until I updated it, I have been running snow leopard on my advent 4211-B my father had installed a duel boot on here so it runs windows and mac (although u cannot access the mac from windows) it hasn't been updated since it was made in 2009, anyway i accidentally clicked yes on the software update box that pops up from time to time, my laptop rebooted n now when i boot it up the grey screen with the apple logo comes up. and then nothing, not even the spinning thing underneath Ive tried everything, I read online about the commands such as -x (which gives me grey screen with apple logo) -v (lists about 5 things and then stays on a black screen with nothing on it) I've also tried -f and -s ( both of which gave me grey screen with logo again) i am not a hacker and i could really use some help any help will be very appreciated
  3. I have successfully installed iAtkos S3 V2 on my Dell Inspiron 1545 laptop and everything is working perfectly except the VGA card. I have tried as many methods on this site as i can to get it to work but every time i reboot it is still in 1024x768 mode. Im a noob with osx86 and hackintoshes so please go easy on me. Im also dual booting it with Windows 7, 8, Server 08, and XP Here is the info about my computer Dell Inspiron 1545 Processor: Intel Pentium dual core 2.3GHz RAM: 3GB Hard drive: 500GB (80GB devoted to OS X) VGA card: GMA x4500
  4. the last days i'm trying to istall mac in my pc: CPU: amd athlon 64 x2 dual core processor 5600+ motherboard: MSI k9n neo v2 chipset:nvidia nforce 520 GPU:evga nvidia gforce 9500 gt hdd: 320 gb western digital sata i tried to istall snow leopard 10.6.2 with nawcom modcd and always craches at the same stage: "" system uptime in nanoseconds: 61549748 "" is there anyone to know why it always stops there??? and i have another one question: is there any guide to explain how to use bootloaders comdos and all this to make the os to run?????sorry for this stupids questions but i tried to find out all this thinks but i had no luck! (sorry for my bad english!) :confused: :confused: :confused:
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