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Hi! I need help with my HP laptop.

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Hi i have a HP laptop:

HP Pavilion dv6-2005AX

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Cpu: Amd Turion II m500
Gpu: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650

i have tried to install MAC on it but it becomes blackscreen with bootflag -v and stuck at apple logo with amd -v?
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Help needed! :)

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Hello?SmurfEnAtte

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Welcome to the HackintoshOSX Community,

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I am certainly, willing to try and help you with your problem.

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They are a lot of free tools available, for your Hackintosh,? so lets get started!!!!

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1. We need to know about your hardware:

- Laptop/Desktop Model or Motherboard #: (Dell Dxxx, MSI z77xxxx, etc..)

- Amount of Ram: (2gb, 4gb, etc..)

- HD/SSD: (Samsung SSD 500gb, etc..)

- Audio: (ALC887)

- CPU: (Intel I5-3317U, etc…)

- Ethernet / Wifi: (RTL8111/8168, etc..)

- Video: (Nvidia GTX650, etc..)

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2. Software:

- WorkingOS: (Windows, OS X 10.9.5, etc..)

- Problem OS: (OSX 10.10, etc..)

- Method of install: (MyHack, Uni-b***, Niresh etc..)

- Upgrading or Fresh Install?

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Waiting for your post:

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