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Dual-booting Chromium OS and Ubuntu Linux

December 6th, 2011

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Note: The following guide should work with any version of Linux, though these instructions are specific to Ubuntu 11.10. The process also involves formatting your entire hard drive (not just a partition) so be sure to back up all data before proceeding. Finally, major thanks to Hexxeh for his continued hard work. This is just […]

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Dell Inspiron 1525 Snow Leopard Hackintosh/Hackbook Pro Installation Guide!

September 4th, 2009

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Snow Leopard, Apple’s next OS in their lineup after Leopard, was recently released. Thanks to the widespread hackintosh development of Leopard, Snow Leopard can also be installed on your PC. Fortunately, this OS is quite easy to install (much easier than Leopard) and, for the first time on the 1525, we will be booting a […]

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OS X 10.5.8 Installation Guide

August 10th, 2009

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The first time I tried installing 10.5.8, my keyboard and trackpad didn’t work. I┬áreinstalled OS X, and tried again. My keyboard and trackpad worked fine after the update. When Thomas updated, he kept getting kernel panics until he booted into safe-mode (-x) and installed the audio drivers. Just goes to show that this can be […]

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OS X 10.5.7 Installation Guide

May 13th, 2009

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With the release of OS X Leopard 10.5.7 (codename Juno), you probably want to upgrade to the latest version. 10.5.7 boasts tons of new fixes ranging from Parental Controls to Server issues. Lucky enough, 10.5.7 is actually very easy to install and doesn’t break too many things. So with that in mind, lets jump right […]

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Adding a dsdt.aml to older installs

April 18th, 2009

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Note: This method works for all versions of Leopard and all distro’s used to install OS X (iPC, XxX, iDeneb, Kalyway, etc.) Lately, many people have been asking about sleep tricks and dsdt.aml’s and instead of Copy & Pasting the same text over and over again, I figured I would put all the information in […]

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