Tag Archives: leopard

Quick Fix to get 10.6.2 Working on Atom Netbooks

November 11th, 2009

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Have you updated your little Atom-based hackintosh to 10.6.2 and now are stuck with an unusable lump of plastic? Well, there’s an easy fix: downgrade your kernel. These simple instructions (courtesy of meklort) should get you back on your feet: Boot from whatever medium you used to install OS X. Go to Utilities -> Terminal. […]

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Latest Snow Leopard Update Breaks Atom Support, Makes Pandas Cry

November 10th, 2009

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There have been rumors about it happening for awhile, but now that the 10.6.2 update has hit, it looks like it does break Intel Atom support, so for all of you using Atom-based hackintosh’d netbooks, it’s some pretty bad news. But, on the bright side, like Jeff Goldblum said in Jurassic Park, “[Hackers] will find […]

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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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Grab Snow Leopard’s 35 New Wallpapers Now

August 10th, 2009

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Awhile ago, I did a post about getting the new default wallpaper in Snow Leopard. Now, we have the entire 35 wallpapers that Snow Leopard is shipping with next month. They include images of nature, snow leopards, fine art and even graffiti, so download them here, courtesy of creativebits. Some samples:

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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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