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  1. I tried various methods of installing show leopard on my laptop HP ProBook 6465b with 3410mx APU At the end I managed to install hazard10.6.1-10.6.2 and then update to 10.6.8 using the combo update package. At the moment 10.6.8 is working but I can't seem to get the sound working (neither in 10.6.2) Tried installing with legacyHDA and voodooHDA during the 10.6.2 install with no luck In 10.6.8 I also tried installing the voodoohda package but also no luck. I am not very experienced with running mac on pc and any help with this matter will be greatly appreciated! The graphics card (6520g) seems to work but not completely, have a boot flag "Graphics Mode"="1366x768x32" so that it will boot with my max resolution, the doc is transparent as well as other windows so I guess it sort of works, however it only shows the card as 128mb. I guess with this APUs is a bit tricky as they share ram with the processor, however the graphics have higher priority over the ram(in windows the card takes 512 ram on start up, making in inaccessible for the cpu, so 4Gb ram shows as 3.5Gb system ram and 512Mb video ram, plus it can take up to 2Gb during heavy use) Also when I try to watch videos in youtube the video screen is black but the time line is going, last flashplayer is installed (safari was crashing before I updated the flashplayer) so I'm guessing that this has to do with flashplayer trying to use GPU acceleration, hence video card problem.
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